Microsoft is slowly but surely adding new usability features to Command Prompt and PowerShell. One of those features is the ability to zoom in and out in the Command Prompt and PowerShell. When using the Command Prompt or PowerShell, if you want to see the text bigger, you can need to actually change the text size within the properties window.
It is nothing hard, right-click on the Command Prompt or PowerShell window, select Properties and then you can change the text size from there.
But wouldn't it be nice to have a simple keyboard shortcut to zoom in and out Command Prompt or PowerShell consoles. That is what Microsoft added in the new Windows 10 18272 build. You can download Windows 10 insider build 18272 ISO from Microsoft website.
Start from Windows 10 18272 build, you can zoom in and out any console window like Command Prompt or PowerShell using Ctrl + Scroll wheel.
To zoom in Command Prompt or PowerShell, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Scroll wheel UP. To zoom out Command Prompt or PowerShell, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Scroll wheel DOWN.
You can see it in action below (gif image may take some time to load, it's around 2MB).
Additionally, a dark scrollbar is also added to the console which appears when you enable dark mode in the settings app.
Hope that helps. This is a very small feature, but it sure is helpful when you want to quickly zoom in and out in the Command Prompt or PowerShell.
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