How to Turn OFF Transparency Effects in Windows 10
We all know that Aero Glass feature had been introduced in Windows Vista operating system, though the recent product of Microsoft’s Windows 10 too includes the transparency effects in it. This tutorial shows you How to Turn OFF Transparency Effects in Windows 10.
We know that the Windows Transparency effects has been added in Windows 10 Start Menu, Action Center and Desktop Taskbar. Let’s see how to disable Transparency on Windows 10.
Note that the correct description of the windows visual effect – technically it should be as “Translucent”. Although Apple and Microsoft describe this in their Operating system as ” Transparent“. This guide shows you the simple way to enable or disable Transparency effects in Windows 10.
Why & What is Transparency Effects in Windows 10 ?
Most of the users like to have Transparency Effects in Windows 10, as this feature provides your a great look which meshes well with the desktop, ie., it will mesh with the Desktop Wallpaper images. You will learn here that how to enable or disable Transparency Effects in Windows 10.
How to Turn ON/OFF Transparency Effects in Windows 10 ?
- Now Click on Start >> Settings >> Personalization >> Colors
- You can now Scroll down to the bottom of the page (below the color palette given) and toggle the Make Start, task-bar, and action center transparent Switch Off to disable Transparency Effects in Windows 10.
Now you can see the change happened as from Transparent to opaque occurred immediately on your Windows 10 taskbar.
To verify you can close all settings windows now, and just click your Windows 10 Start Button / press you Windows Key on your Keyboard / or you can Launch your Action Center. Now, you can easily find that Windows 10’s Start Menu, Action Center and Taskbar are opaque now. The transparency effect has also been disabled.
If you like to enable transparency in Windows 10 back, then head back to the Settings >> Presonalization >> Colors. Now you can just Toggle back to enable the Transparency effect.