Windows 10 has 40+ colors that we can apply on Start menu, taskbar, Action Center and other areas. And with Windows 10 Creators Update, feature to add a custom accent color in Windows colors is also provided. Apart from showing a Windows color in Start menu, taskbar, etc., we can show Windows color in title bars of applications also. The current Windows color will visible on any active window such as File Explorer, browser, some image editor or any application.
With default settings, Windows color is not visible in title bar of any application. With a few simple steps, you can easily apply or show Windows color in title bars. You can also hide Windows color from showing in the title bars of applications. So you will have full choice. This guide has covered all the steps for you to do that. Before proceeding further, you may have a look at the screenshot placed below.
As you can see, the selected Windows color is visible on the title bar of This PC. The same color will visible on any other active window.
Let’s see the steps.
Steps To Show or Hide Windows Color In Title Bars of Applications In Windows 10:
1). Launch the Settings app. The quickest way to open Settings app is using Win+I hotkey. You may use other options also like Start menu or Search box.
2). In Windows Settings, tap on Personalization category.
3). Personalization category has different pages and each page contains many options. You need to select Colors page available on the left side. Now you can see Windows colors and other options on the right side. Scroll down options and then select ‘Title bars‘ option.
This is it! Now whatever Windows color you have set, it will visible on any active window.
4). To hide Windows color from title bars of applications, you can follow step 1 to 3 and then uncheck Title bars option.
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So, this is a very simple guide to show or hide Windows color in title bar of any active application in Windows 10. I change Windows color time to time and also like to see Windows color in title bars sometimes. If you also want to do the same, then this guide is surely helpful. Give it a try.