Most users do not bother altering the default user interface settings, but some like personalizing each aspect of the operating system. Windows 11 does not display the accent color on title bars and window borders with default settings. Because of this, title bars of most applications wear a white/black color depending on the light/dark mode.
Even if you like colored title bars and window borders, you can configure Windows 11 to show colors on title bars and window borders. In this risewindows post, we will show you how to show color on title bars on Windows 11.
NOTE: File Explorer does not have a title bar on Windows 11. So, when you configure Windows 11 to show color on title bars and window borders, the accent color will only appear on File Explorer window borders.
How to Show Color on Title Bars on Windows 11?
To show color on title bars on Windows 11, perform the following steps:-
Step 1. Firstly, open the Settings app by pressing
Step 2. Now, choose
Step 3. Then, select
Step 4. Next, scroll down a bit when you’re done, and turn the toggle switch to On beside the “Show accent color on title bars and window borders” option.
Windows 11 will immediately start showing colors on title bars and window borders. If you want to choose a specific color, then scroll up and select the
An application title bars and window borders will wear your chosen color in the above steps.
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