When I start Emacs not from the command line on Windows 10 it creates two windows, not one. Is there any way to make the blue window go away? I usually needs 4-5 instances of Emacs running so it clutters up my set up. And No, I, unfortunately, cannot use Linux.
Instead of using the
emacs command, use the
runemacs command (which is provided in the Emacs distribution, in the same
bin directory as
emacs is a command-line program that can run Emacs in the text window, or launch the Emacs GUI-- but if it does that, the command-line window remains.
runemacs knows about the windowing system, and only launches the Emacs GUI, so the vestigial command-line window is not created.