The new Windows 10 April 2018 Update, also known as Build 1803, introduces a bunch of new transparency effects to the operating system. If you prefer a more opaque look and feel, however, the transparency can be a bit distracting. Here’s how to disable transparency in the latest version of Windows 10.
If you’ve already enabled transparency in Windows 10, you know that the opacity of the UI elements is still relatively high. If you’d like to further increase transparency, for the taskbar at least, there’s a hidden Registry setting that can help you out. Here’s how it works.
Windows 10 features an optional transparency effect for the Taskbar, Start Menu, and Action Center, allowing users to enjoy their desktop wallpaper even when using these Windows interface elements. Here’s how to enable or disable transparency in Windows 10.
OS X El Capitan continues Apple’s recent tradition of adding subtle transparency effects throughout the operating system. While these visual effects create an interesting sense of depth, some users may prefer a more traditional opaque look. Here’s how to reduce transparency in OS X El Capitan.
Windows 10 retains some of the transparency effects found in previous versions of the operating system, but some users prefer a higher contrast appearance without the transparent aesthetic. Here’s a quick tip on how to disable transparency in Windows 10.
OS X Yosemite features a slick new design that incorporates lots of transparency effects, but some users prefer a simpler opaque interface. Here’s how you can configure this new design to suit your needs, and reduce transparency effects throughout OS X Yosemite.