In the, system Properties window, pick, settings for, performance.
In the, performance Options window, you will see 3 options: Let Windows choose whats best for my computer.
If its set to 0, you'll get normal transparency without glass and blur effects.For instance, we recently had a tip on turning off the feature in Word that automatically selects entire words when you may be trying to select just part of a word (see.In the, system window, in the left pane, Click.Now you could access to Desktop, if you like using Windows D key combination.So you see the availability of Aero glass transparency in Windows 10 is currently decided by the above mentioned dword in registry.I have disabled this in taskbar properties, but that isn't working.The alttab works fine, no peek effect.Youll now see that, performance of your Windows 10/8 may have increased marginally.If its set to 1, then you'll get the glass and blur effects.Selecting Adjust for best performance may make your Windows perform slightly better, but you will have to sacrifice on the visual effect and that may be something you may not want.Also it'll help Microsoft in taking a big decision whether to set Aero glass transparency as default in Windows 10 or make it an optional feature.
Here you will see a Turn off all unnecessary animations (when possible) setting.
Here are the settings I prefer to uncheck.
Press, windows Key X combination to see the following menu.Aero Glass transparency in, windows.I always want to keep the window as is, I don't want anything to be faded out and then displayed again - it's annoying for the users.I went into Regedit and set every item I could fine labeled "AeroPeek".Likewise, you might want to disable Aero Snapthe feature that automatically snaps windows to a certain size and position when you drag their title bars on the desktop.I prefer to remove check marks from following options: Fade out menu items after clicking.It has been done for testing purposes and to get feedback from users which will help Microsoft in deciding whether to implement Aero glass and blur effects in other areas of UI such as window frames, titlebar, etc or not.
I'm looking for a way to completely disable Aero Peek, at least this is what I think this feature it's called, in windows.
Close Registry Editor and restart, log off or restart Explorer as given here to take effect.