How to Disable Visual Effects to Boost Performance of Windows 11?

Windows 11 has a lot of visual effects to make the experience more user-friendly with animations, shadows, translucent effects, and smoother fonts. But, they use more resources and affect performance as they will make the system feel slower. Though, if you don’t like to consolation PC performance, you can block the visual effect in your system to boost performance and make the experience feel snappier.

If your computer isn’t powerful enough, you should disable the system visual effects on Windows 11. You can disable only the animations (such as minimizing and maximizing windows) to create the experience feel more responsive. Or, you can disable all the visual effects to improve overall performance and speed up your system.

This risewindows article will guide you on disabling the visual effects to speed up your Windows 11 system and boost performance.

How to Disable Animation Effects on Windows 11?

These steps are used to turn off animation effects on Windows 11:-

Step 1. Open the Settings app.

By the use of Windows + I shortcut keys. Alternatively, click on the Start button or press the Windows key on the keyboard and click on Settings.

Step 2. Pick the Accessibility on the left side of the Settings window, then click on the Visual effects page on the right side.

Step 3. Turn On the toggle switch Animation effects.

After completing the above steps, opening, closing, minimizing, maximizing, and other animations will be disabled on your Windows 11, and you will notice better performance.

If you need snappier performance on your PC, we recommend turning off Transparency Effects on your Windows 11 PC.

How to Disable Visual Effects on Windows 11?

These steps are used to block Visual Effects on Windows 11:-

Disable all visual effects on your Windows 11 machine will improve battery life and crispy performance.

Step 1. Open the Control Panel.

Step 2. Pick System and Security in the Control Panel window.

Step 3. Under the “System,” select the Allow remote access to open the System Properties dialog.

Step 4. Click the Advanced tab in the “System Properties” window, then pick the Settings button under the “Performance” section.

Step 5. After that, the Performance Options window will appear on the screen. Click the Visual Effects tab and pick the Adjust for best performance option.

Step 6. Pick Apply button.

Step 7. Hit OK button.

If you execute the above steps, animations, minimizing and maximizing windows, etc., will be blocked.

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