How to Enable or Disable Transparency Effects on Windows 11
In this article, we will walk you through how to enable transparency effects on any supported PC running Windows 11.
Transparency effects were first introduced in Windows 10 and it’s been improved with better consistency across all system user interfaces on Windows 11. The effects work in both dark and light mode and adapt pretty well with any accent color you picked or selected by the system.
To enable the transparency effects on Windows 11, go to Start > Settings > Personalization > Colors. Find and turn on the option named “Transparency effects”. Read on for a step-by-step guide.
How to Enable Transparency Effects on Windows 11
To enable the transparency effects to all supported user interfaces on Windows 11:
- Right-click anywhere on the Desktop and select Personalize. Or you can go to Start > Settings (Win + I) > Personalization.
- Go to Personalization > Colors.
- Turn on the “Transparency effects” switch to apply the transparency effect to all supported Windows UI elements. In contrast, turning off the switch to disable the effects.
If you have any questions or problems with the steps detailed in this tutorial, please let me know in the comment below.
More Windows 11 Tips & Tricks
For more helpful tips on how to use Windows 11, visit the following resources:
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- How to Install Windows 11 on VMware Workstation with Fixes
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