The Display Options page allows you to configure font settings and appearance settings.
Select the font used for the terminal control.
Select the font size used for the terminal control.
Font is Bold
If checked, the terminal will print all characters bold.
Specify the font quality (anti-aliasing mode).
Configure the appearance of the cursor.
Hide Mouse Pointer when Typing
If checked, the mouse pointer is hidden while you type.
Enable or disable cursor blinking.
Enable Blinking Text
Enable or disable blinking text.
Enter the number of columns for the terminal. This setting will only be applied on specific window resize actions.
Enter the number of rows for the terminal. This setting will only be applied on specific window resize actions.
Window Resize Action
Configure how PuTTY should behave when the window is resized.
Shows or hides the scrollbar in the terminal.
Show or hide a sunken-edge border.
Gap between Text and Window Edge
Configure the gap between text and border.
By default the window title will contain the host name followed by ‘PuTTY’, for example server1.example.com - PuTTY. If you want a different window title, this is where to set it. The title string set here is therefore only the initial window title.
Separate Window and Icon Titles
If you want to see window and icon titles, enable this option.
Warn before closing Window
When checked, a warning is shown before the window is closed.
Close Window on Alt-F4
Control whether Alt-F4 will close the window or not.
Show System Menu on Alt-Space
If checked, Alt-Space will bring up the system menu.
Ensure Window is Always on Top
If checked, the PuTTY window will be always on top.
Full Screen on Alt-Enter
If checked, Alt-Enter will change the PuTTY window into Full Screen mode.