Click on the Yes, restart the computer now option and click finish. You machine will now reboot, and when it has rebooted, you will have aero borders on all program and settings windows!
*Apply glass look to windows borders*Blur the content behind the borders to improve UI experience*Change amount of transparency in Control panels directly*Change inactive windows borders color*Skin windows borders (add glow, shadows etc.) without changing Windows theme*Fully native including MSStyle themes and DWM API compatibility*Low resources usage
Glass lookYour windows will be rendered with transparent borders. This look allows you to see what is behind the border. The key element is the blurring of content behind the glass borders to prevent it from being too clear and disturbing. The result is very smart window border!
dunno, works fine for me x: may be another prob or i explained wrong and yea its completely transparent not aero glass :/ hope someone comes out with a program to bring back aero soon, its been a few months already
The enemies of acrylic windows are sunlight, dust, chemicals and scratches. If you keep your airplane hangared, you can reasonably expect the glass to be good for 30 years or more, according to John Zofko Jr., founder of Great Lakes Aero Products, one of the major aircraft glass manufacturers.
First, install a compatible Direct3D driver and ensure it works via dxdiag.exe. While you can run sbctl start in C:\WINDOWS\i386 to enable the borders, they will be opaque. The User Experience Desktop Server checks for the existence of %windir%\resources\themes\aero\aero.msstyles, if found, transparent Glass borders will be used instead of the opaque Metal border. In order to enable transparent borders, you need to go into C:\WINDOWS\Resources\Themes and copy the "Plex" folder ("Slate" for Lab06_n compile of build 4042). Paste back into the Themes folder and the new folder should automatically rename itself to "Plex - Copy" ("Slate - Copy" on the aforementioned build). Rename the pasted folder to "Aero" and rename the .msstyles file inside the folder to aero.msstyles. After that, restart the Theming service (either running net stop winux and net start winux, for Lab06 builds or logging off and back on will work). At this point, you can run sbctl start again to enable the glass borders.
We are not really sure how it happened, but those vent windows are problematic; cracks often form at the corners, or sometimes where the sliding window tracks screw into the plexiglass. This one was a doozy. 2b1af7f3a8