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.
Tired of the YouTube app’s default white color scheme? Here’s how to check out and enable the new Dark Theme in the YouTube app for iOS, which replaces the whites and light gray colors with blacks and dark grays for a sleeker look that’s easier on the eyes at night.
When you open a photo in the Windows 10 Photos app, you’ll see a sleek dark interface that’s perfect for viewing and editing your images. But if you load the Photos app directly to view your image library, the default interface is instead white and gray. Here’s how to switch the Windows 10 Photos app to the Dark Mode color theme for a more consistent look.
In recent versions of Windows, users are treated to a small animation whenever they minimize or maximize application windows. This animation is brief and relatively light on system resources, but some users may prefer to disable the minimize/maximize animation entirely. Here’s how to do it.
Bored with the default wallpaper images in macOS and looking for something fresh? It turns out that there are many high quality images hiding on your Mac that are perfect for desktop wallpaper. Here’s how to find them!
The Windows 10 Start Menu uses application tiles to help you quickly find and launch your most frequently used applications. But sometimes things can get a bit cluttered. Instead of removing tiles from the Start Menu, why not organize them in folders? Here’s how to clean up and organize your Start Menu with application tile folders.
Twitter’s default interface is a clean modern look with lots of white backgrounds. This is fine in most cases, but many users don’t know that Twitter also offers a Night Mode design that replaces most of the white with shades of dark blue. Here’s how to use it.
If you use File Explorer’s “Icon” view to see a preview of your files, you may notice that lots of files, such as PSDs, only display an icon. Here’s a free utility that gives Windows the ability to properly display these file previews.
The Windows 10 taskbar helpfully displays your running apps, system notifications, and updates. But it also takes up valuable space and may be distracting to some users. Here’s how to configure Windows 10 to automatically hide and show the taskbar only when you need it.