Make Your Command Prompt Window Transparent
A cool new feature to Windows 10 (not available in Windows 7). It will probably only be useful to a narrow niche of user, but if you like to dig your virtual fingers into the in wards of Windows via the Command Prompt, Windows 10 provides a ghostly way to interface with it.
To access the Command Prompt interface in Wins 10,
- Click on the Windows menu and type “Command Prompt” to bring up quick access to the Command Prompt desktop application.
- Click that to personalize the Command Prompt experience right-click at the top of the window to prompt a pop-up menu and choose “Properties”.
- Click over to the “Colours” tab to see a range of personalisation options. At the bottom of this tab, you’ll find the “Opacity” slider, which allows you to see through the Command Prompt window.
This feature lets you code away in the Command Prompt while simultaneously observing the desktop.