Microsoft allows you to customize your Windows computer in several ways for a more personalized experience. These customizations include several visual effects and animations that you can use. These animations give you an idea of how swift your computer is. One of the features is to speed up menu animations.
Conventionally, it takes 400 milliseconds (1000 milliseconds = 1 second) for the sub-menu to pop up whenever you hover over anything in the menu. It is due to the effect of the animations. Now you can tweak the Registry and adjust this timing according to how you like it, which we will discuss in this risewindows article.
How to Increase the Speed of Menu Animations on Windows 11 or 10?
Use the following steps to speed up menu animations on Windows 11 or 10:-
Step 1: First, go to the Registry Editor on your computer.
Step 2: In the left sidebar of the Registry Editor window, browse the following:-
Step 3: Edit the “Value data” of
Step 4: It will set the menu animation duration to 400 milliseconds (1000 milliseconds = 1 second). However, if you want to speed it up, you can change the value to something lesser than 400, say, 100. If you do not want any delay in the sub-menu pop-up, set the “MenuShowDelay” value as
Step 5: Click on
The menu will start appearing when you have set it after completing all the above steps.
How to Completely Disable Animations on Windows 11 or 10?
Use the following steps in case you happen to be using older computers and animations make it slow and want to turn them off entirely:-
Step 1: Go to your computer’s
You can do that by pressing the key combination
Step 2: As the window opens, look for the
Step 3: On the performance section, go to the Visual Effects tab and click on the
Step 4: Click on
Step 5: Press on
Step 6: Hit on
All animations and visual effects will be disabled upon completing the above steps.
That is it for this article.
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