If you are spending a lot of time using the terminal on Ubuntu you may want to adjust the font and size to get a good experience.

Changing the font is one of the simplest but most visual way of Linux terminal customization. Let me show you the detailed steps for changing the terminal fonts in Ubuntu along with some tips and suggestions on font selection.

Note The steps should be the same for most other Linux terminal emulator but the way you access the option can differ.

Step 1. Launch the terminal on your Ubuntu system by using CtrlAltT keys.

Step 2. Head to the 8220Preferences8221 option that you can find when you click on the menu.

You can also perform a right-click anywhere on the terminal to access the option as shown below.

Step 3. Now you should be able to access the settings for the terminal. By default there will be an unnamed profile. This is the default profile. I suggest creating a new profile so that your changes do not impact the default settings.


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