How to Change Putty Text Color?
If you want to change PuTTY text color that are more visible to your eyes and make you understand what is written on your putty console then you should keep reading this article. We should always set text colors that are clear and visible to eyes. Read attached article if you want to change background color of your putty console.
Steps to Change PuTTY Text Color
Please follow below step by step process to change text color of your putty console.
1- You can see text color in my putty console is very light and very difficult to read. You need to put more focus in just reading the texts so I have decided to change putty text color of my console. Right click on the top border of putty console and choose “Change Settings…”
2- You will get below settings window. Click on Colours tab from left side pane and select an option from right side pane for which we must change the color. As we have to change putty text color so we will select Default foreground from right side pane. Now, click on Modify button to select colors for your text.
3- Once you click on modify button, you will get custom colors window to choose appropriate color for your text showing in putty console. I have selected black color as shown in below screenshot. Click on Ok and then on Apply button to reflect this change.
4- Once you click on Apply button, you will see the new text color on your putty console. You can see that putty text color has been changed to black in below screenshot.
If you are working for several customers, you can configure distinct colors for each customer so that you easily categories them. You can change the color and save them in your putty profile.
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