HVDOSBox is a Windows monospaced raster screen font. It is for anyone who uses Windows' Console mode or runs MS-DOS applications in a Windows Box. The HVDOSBox fonts provide greater text legibility and many more point sizes than the fonts supplied with Windows. The large range of font sizes allows a console window to be scaled to the match the size of the monitor at any resolution. The fontface is based on ProCon's Hi-Visibility HVFont which produces much stronger character glyphs and more legible punctuation characters. It uses a modified OEM Codepage 437 symbol set. Normally blank characters - like the binary NUL and ASCII 255 - are visible, and the space character can be shown as a grid to assist programmers and screen designers with code layout and design.