In previous versions, you’re able to use Command Prompt in fullscreen mode, but after Windows XP, for some odd reason, the feature was removed, and you were only able to stretch the console as big as the maximum size allowed by the “Maximize” button.
However, on Windows 10, the true fullscreen mode for Command Prompt is back, and it allows you to use the console without showing the title bar just like in the old days.
In this guide, you’ll learn the easy steps to use Command Prompt in fullscreen mode. (You can also use these steps to use PowerShell or Linux Bash in fullscreen mode.)
How to open Command Prompt in fullscreen
To use Command Prompt in fullscreen and hiding the title bar use these steps:
Search for Command Prompt and click the top result to open the experience.
Press the Alt + Enter keyboard shortcut.
Once you’ve completed the steps, you can start using Command Prompt in true fullscreen mode just like in the good old days of Windows XP.
To exit fullscreen mode use the Alt + Enter keyboard shortcut again.