Windows 10: Now you can have COLORED INACTIVE TITLE BARS !

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    windows 10 pro X64 1607
       29 Nov 2015 #1

    Now you can have COLORED INACTIVE TITLE BARS !

    Hi all

    Here is how :

    Let's go into regedit ( launch run command and type "regedit" without quotes )

    Now go to the following path :


    now you gonna create a new dword ( see screenshot ) named " AccentColorInactive "

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ID:	51035double click on it and edit the color with hexadecimal values using a nice url I found for it

    Color Hex Color Codes

    the TRICK is to copy from right to left the values ( blue first , then green and red ) found in hexadecimal field

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ID:	51037Now fill the DWORD hexadecimal field with them to get :

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    Now you have your INACTIVE windows title bars COLORED

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    Credits to Vishal Guptal from askvg for this nice tip !

    Working under windows 10 1511 - 10586 build


    EDIT: just found Edwin told the tip before :) lol

    Maybe to put in tutorial section Brink ? :)
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  2.    29 Nov 2015 #2

    Hmm, doesn't work for me (even with a reboot).
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    29 Nov 2015 #3

    After some testing, I've found that the 'tweak' works as expected on an 'AeroLite' Theme, much more so than on Windows default 'Hero' theme.
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