Monday, July 15, 2013

System Transparency

Operating System: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 & Windows 10

System Transparency can helps you apply transparency effect
to different parts of windows like Windows Explorer, right-click
and popup menus, task bar, start menu, sticky notes, desktop & icons,
Windows Media Player, Firefox and Chrome and Internet Explorer browser as well.
You can select one or more areas of Windows 7 to apply the transparency effect.

Tutorial

3 comments:

omer maher said...

Good

Anonymous said...

Hi guys, I have set system transparency as I like it, also activating the option to start it at windows startup. When you start windows, however, the transparency is only active on the start bar, on the task bar, and on the pop-up menus, and not on all system windows, although it has also flagged this, each time I have to manually activate it. Knowing to give me a solution ?? Thank you.

Unknown said...

Same for me. I have to activate it. All my settings aren’t permanent.
So I can’t use it like that.

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