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Full screen command prompt windows 7

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April 5, 2011 10:20:26 AM

how can i have full screen on command prompt or cmd.exe in windows 7?
April 5, 2011 11:07:36 AM

Right click command prompt>Cmd properties>Layout tab
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April 5, 2011 11:11:23 AM

That doesn't let you make the prompt full screen. I don't think you can do this; I'm not sure why you would want to.
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April 5, 2011 1:27:28 PM

No it doesn't let you have it full screen, but it does let you make the command prompt window as big as you like. Better than nothing.
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April 5, 2011 5:29:31 PM

Alt-Enter works in XP. Don't know if it still works in Vista or 7.
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April 5, 2011 5:36:48 PM

Nope.
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March 16, 2012 4:55:56 PM

Hai vleri we cant able to view the full screen in windows 7 but we can able to maximize the windows into full screen .

1. open the command prompt
2. type wmic and click enter it looks full screen .
3. in tht maximize button right click and select quick mode..

now u can use the full screen mode in windows 7 also...
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March 4, 2013 8:12:50 PM

If you downgrade your video driver to Standard VGA then you can still do full screen command prompts in Windows Vista and above. This means that you'll lose any fancy 3D effects your current driver might have but all the resolutions are still supported.
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May 21, 2014 7:36:16 PM

Try WMIC cmd in cmd prompt.
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July 2, 2014 6:16:11 AM

Depsraj said:
Try WMIC cmd in cmd prompt.


Open cmd, type wmic. Then, double click the bar to maximize the screen. Then type exit (enter).
You are now in the regular command prompt in a maximized window.
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July 2, 2014 7:55:33 PM

Try this:
"Click Start and type CMD, but don't hit enter or click on cmd.exe.
Right-click cmd.exe above and choose Run as administrator.
Respond to the UAC prompt.
In the command prompt enter WMIC--you'll get a different prompt for Windows Management Instrumentation Control (but you're not going to actually DO anything with WMI).
Click the normal maximize button at top right. The Command Prompt window will fill the screen.
Enter EXIT to exit WMIC.
Right-click the Command Prompt's title bar, choose Properties, click OK.
Enter EXIT to exit the Command Prompt."
Source: http://appscout.pcmag.com/microsoft-windows/274205-full...
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