Windows 10: Disable blur effect - not transparency
I used to have a .reg file for it but since have stopped using it since it still has to be ran on every reboot...I'm now just holding out until a permanent fix is found and just using blur as is...except a little lighter with the "EnableBlurBehind" reg entry set to "1". It lightens the blur just a tad.
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I already had that value in my Registry. It's retained through a restart & is controlled by tht Transparency switch under settings -> Personalization -> Colors -> "Make Start, Taskbar and Action Center transparent.
But my is barely transparent & blurred --- but my graphics aren't that great.
Running Procmon, I did find that Windows also looks under the same key for a Value named EnableBlurBehind.
I tired creating it as a DWORD set to 0 but didn't seen to have any effect.
Plus, when I make the start menu transparent, the Action Centre popup becomes solid. A slightly better hack is needed.
This simple Registry Tweak will disable the 'blur' effect behind the transparent Menu and Taskbar in Build 10074 and later.
(Perform this tweak only if you are familiar and comfortable with making changes to the Windows Registry)
I just got a laptop with an HD screen for the first time. Many apps don't render in HD yet, so they don't provide enough information to create a high-res image on the screen. The way that W10 deals with this problem is by filling in the gaps between...
It just kind of bothers me.
Is this a problem or a feature?
Is there other transparency, more like what Aero used to have in Win7 ?
I know it will be in the final release though, but maybe it's already and I'm not looking in the right place.
Okay, so you've set your favorite desktop wallpaper and you've got all your windows border colors and Start Menu colors set in Windows Technical Preview but that darn taskbar doesn't match!
Furthermore, you'd rather not use a third party program to...