How to Disable or Enable Rounded Corners in Windows 11?


Windows 11 comes with a new redesigned UI (User interface) which displays rounded corners around all programs and app windows. It brings new visual improvements, and looking one of the attractive features is its rounded corners around the windows.

You will notice the transparency and blur effects everywhere in Windows 11, such as the Start menu, Taskbar, Action Center, immersive context menus, apps, etc.

Rounded corners in File Explorer, third-party software, and browsers look good; a few Windows 11 users might not be happy with these changes and want to disable the rounded corner around the windows. Microsoft has not provided any option to change this GUI element, and users have difficulty finding it.

How to Disable or Enable Rounded Corners in Windows 11?

“Win11DisableOrRestoreRoundedCorners” is a small portable program developed by valiant. It is a free tool that allows you to enable and disable the rounded corners in Windows 11. This program windows quickly and easily used with just a single click.

First, download the program file. Now, launch this tool as an administrator to enable the rounded corners in your operating system. It is a script that turns the process behind the visual element on and off; the app does not feature any GUI or setting. If the rounded corner is turned on when you run this app, it will turn off the rounded corner. Then, again running the same script, you can restore the rounded corners.

Here, It is recommended that a developer you can download the EXE file. So, run it to ensure successful patching and avert bricking your system. The app needs a working internet connection. Download the registry key, namely uDWM.dll.

Download Win11DisableOrRestoreRoundedCorners

Finally, you can download the program Win11DisableOrRestoreRoundedCorners here.

That’s it.

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