Several administrative tasks can be performed using Command Prompt in Windows OS. The Command Prompt is part of Windows operating systems for a long time, but the Command Prompt has not seen any major update. However, several small features have been added in Windows 10 Command Prompt. One of the most notable features is performing copy and paste operations using
One can maximize the Windows 10 Command Prompt to occupy the whole screen if needed.
Besides the above features, the Command Prompt can now be customized to be fully transparent or adjust the transparency level to make it semi-transparent without third-party tools.
You may want to make a transparent command prompt to execute several commands. It is a handy feature when you want to execute a set of commands from a web page or document on your computer without copying and pasting them. Once you make the Command Prompt partially transparent, you can view the Command Prompt window and the instructions mentioned on the webpage or document without switching to the webpage or document.
How to make Windows 10 Command Prompt transparent?
Once you decide to make Windows 10 Command Prompt transparent or change the opacity level for any reason, you need to perform the following steps:-
Step 1. Open the Command Prompt window.
To open the Command Prompt window, click the
Step 2. On the Command Prompt window, right-click on the title bar and select the
Step 3. Switch to the
Step 4. Under the Opacity section, the opacity level is 100% by default. If you want to make the Command Prompt fully transparent, move the slider to the extreme left side of the screen (30%), and to make Command Prompt partially transparent, set a value between 50% to 80%.
Step 5. Click the
Once you complete the above steps, you should make Windows 10 Command Prompt transparent or opaque according to your choice. If you want to revert the changes, move the Opacity slider to 100%.
If you prefer to use the keyboard shortcuts, you can use the following combinations:-
- Increase Transparency: Ctrl + Shift + Plus (+)
- Decrease Transparency: Ctrl + Shift + Minus (-)
You can even use Ctrl + Shift while Command Prompt is open and scroll up or down using your mouse. Scrolling up increases transparency, and scrolling down decreases it.