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Disable Transparency or Glass Effect
By  Super Admin  | Published  05/6/2007 | User Interface Tips | Rating:
Disable Transparency or Glass Effect
1. Right click Desktop
2. Personalize
3. Windows Color and Appearance
4. Untick "Enable Transparency"
5. Ok
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