When using git.exe you can configure the color settings using git config. There are a bunch of color settings which you can control, which are all listed on the manpage for git config. In my case I want to update the color for modified files and untracked files, those can be configured with color.status.changed and color.status.untracked respectively. The color options that you have to pick from include:
In my case I wanted the text for those settings to be the same color as the master text in the image above. In order to set the color you can use the syntax:
git config <color-to-update> “foreground-color background-color attribute”
The attribute value can be any of these values; bold, dim, ul, blink and reverse.
In my case I executed the following command:
git config –global color.status.changed "cyan normal bold"
git config –global color.status.untracked "cyan normal bold"