Windows 10 is a highly attractive and fully customizable operating system. There’s nothing you can’t do to make your operating system work as you want it to be. But sometimes, lots of good facilities can act like a curse on you. Take an example of Transparency effects in Windows 10.
Such personalization settings are available for the greater good of desktop & laptop users. But there are some users who don’t like to enable such effects and want to turn them off. So here, I’ve drafted a guide to Disable Taskbar Transparency in Windows 10. Allow me to start with the easiest procedure.
3 Ways to Disable Taskbar Transparency in Windows 10
Tweak Personalization Settings
- Click on the start menu icon from your taskbar and hit the gear icon.
- You can also open the Settings app by pressing Windows + I button.
- Navigate to Personalization
- Select Colors from the left-side panel.
- Turn off the Transparence effects toggle.
Get Classic Shell
There’s a software named Classic Shell that helps you customize your Windows OS as you desire. Basically, it installs the classical effects for users who want their operating system to look like Windows 7. So if you having trouble controlling your personalization settings, then using utility can be good for you.
Download Aero Lite Theme
You can also download Aero Lite Theme on your device, but its a little tricky to work with it. At first, you are required to click here to download it. Once the zipped file is downloaded on your device, extract the folder and then move it to C:\Windows\Resources\Themes.
Once you have moved the theme’s folder in the suggested file location, you need to select the Aero Lite Theme from your settings app. Afterward, tweak your theme’s settings according to your desire. You can Enable or Disable Taskbar Transparency anytime you want to.
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