How to Change Kali Linux Terminal Background Colors and Fonts

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To Change the Kali Linux Terminal Background Colors and Fonts:

If you are using the Kali Linux operating system, when you open up the Terminal that is similar to Command Prompt (CMD), in Window operating system and color not may like default background color. Below guidance step by step with a screenshot to learn How to change the Kali Linux Terminal Background and Font.
How to Change Kali Linux Terminal Background Colors and Fonts

Let's guide those people who don't know and want to change the Terminal background color of the Kali Linux. Why we want to modify the color?. The main reason is that if you type something, we wouldn't be able to see or recognize what we have type on the screen. That's the main reason to change the Kali Linux background color and Font.

To Change the background of Kali Linux Terminal

For the demonstration, we are going to starting to do our goal on Kali Linux version 2. For the time being this latest version of Kali Linux, most of the users work on it. One thing more before we get started, let to inform you that we have the same Terminal on Mac OS.

If you are going to change the Kali Linux Terminal background color, it means that you know how to change the Mac Operating System Terminal as well. If you compare both of the Operating systems are somehow similar to each other.

When you are going to change Kali Linux Background, simply follow the directions below. To learn that how to change Kali Linux Terminal background and as well as Mac OSX EL Capitan, then read this article will help you.

IF you don't know how to open Terminal and this is your first time, then what you need to do to open, go to left-hand side tap on the small black square icon. Even still, you don't find it, go to the application tab and locate the Terminal option.

Follow the below Steps:

Step 1:

When you run the Terminal, find the Edit tab then select Profile Preferences.


Profile Preferences

Step 2:


  1. Just Go to "Color Tab" Now then do the below activity.
  2. Uncheck "choose the colors from system theme."
  3. Text Color
  4. Background Color

Choose the Transparent Background

In the second step, you should uncheck the theme color and select you're a custom theme. Also, change the color of the Fonts to any color to white or black color or own choice color you want and as well change the background to a custom color or white color that your choice. Lastly, uncheck the Transparent background option and drag to the right the small button. When you are satisfied with this setting, at the bottom right-hand side click the "Close" option.

Set color

How to change the Linux Terminal Fonts?

Let's show you how to modify the Linux Terminal Font on Kali Linux. There are many fantastic fonts on Kali Linux Terminal you might see some of them elsewhere. If you want to edit the fonts, then go to then directly, go to the Terminal Edit tab and select the General tab and choose the "Custom Font" see at the bottom left-hand side of the window. Now, Choose the font as you like it the most. Once you are satisfied with the font, it the end of the process click on the "Close."

Edit Profile name

Conclusion

The above article is all about the methods of that how to change the Kali Linux Terminal background and font. I hope you understand, satisfied with this article and all the best. If you have any problem regarding the above article, don't be hesitated to ask a question us right below this post via comment. We will try our best to help you as soon as possible. Thanks for visiting our site.

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