Be default, the properties on a cmd.exe window allow you to select either Raster Fonts or Lucida Console. You can add other monospace fonts to the list via the registry.
In regedit, navigate to
Notice that Lucida Console is already under this key with a name of “0”.
Add a new sting value with the name “00” (yep, that’s the required name) and set the data to the name of a monospace font already installed in your C:\Windows\Fonts folder. In this example, I added the Consolas font. It seems that additional entries require names “000”, “0000”, etc. Names like “1” and “2” don’t work. For Pete’s sake, why?
Open up a new cmd window, right-click on the system menu, select Properties | Font and there is the newly added font.
I did this because I wanted a more readable font for my PowerShell window, since I’ve been spending some time staring at it.
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