How To Customize Window Borders And Shadows On Windows 10
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(25-05-2018, 04:52 PM ) Theyvid
On Windows 10, each window has a colored window border and a shadow.
You can change the color of your window borders and even disable the shadow, if you like.
Insider Preview builds of Redstone 5 change the default border color to gray so it blends in with the shadow, but you can re-enable colored window borders on Redstone 5, too.
How to Choose a Border Color In the April 2018 Update and earlier versions of Windows 10, Windows automatically chooses a window color that matches your desktop background.
To choose a custom window border color, head to Settings > Personalization > Colors.
Under the “Choose Your Color” section, disable the “Automatically pick an accent color from my background” option and choose your preferred color, instead.
Windows provides a number of suggested colors here, but you can click the “Custom Color” option at the bottom of the list to choose any color you like.
Windows 10’s Redstone 5 update, which will be released to the stable Windows build sometime in Fall, 2018, uses a gray window border by default.
To apply your accent color to your window borders, scroll down to the “Show accent color on the following surfaces” section, and then enable the “Title bars and window borders” option.