Make Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10 Look Like the Ubuntu Terminal

James Garijo-Garde
Jul 16, 2017 · 4 min read
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The end result of this tutorial will turn your Command Prompt-esque bash terminal into an interface that matches the functionality of the Ubuntu Linux operating system with its distinct purple appearance.

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The Ubuntu Mono font is the font used by default in the Ubuntu terminal application.
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A demonstration of where to find the “Properties” options pane using Command Prompt
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Scroll down to the bottom of the font list and select “Ubuntu Mono.”
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The default Windows Command Prompt color scheme.
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The default Ubuntu Terminal color scheme.

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