Windows 10: Removing borders in Windows 10 anniversary?
Removing borders in Windows 10 anniversary?
All active applications in Windows 10 have borders, and it is to my understanding that in pre-anniversary you could dim the effect using the Color Intensity slider (Run > Control Color). The issue here is that in the anniversary edition the slider does nothing so I am asking how can I either dim the effect or completely remove it?
Its quite annoying because it scales with windows scaling as seen here
This part here (red line) is between my two monitors 4K monitor with 150% scaling on the left (solid black color background just to make it more viewable) and 1080P monitor on the right with no scaling. The red line in-between only happens when I click on chrome and have it active I can change the color via settings > personalization > colors
Its obvious really, the image here doesn't do it justice (I could provide a phone picture if you wish), Anyway, any solution to remove this? my semi-solution is using a gray color but that doesn't work with all colors.
Edit: took an image with my phone, 20160905_205602.jpg - Google Drive
Hi, has been asked before.. as you observe, there is no real solution. Sorry.
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