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PostSubject: Finally a Way to Enable Transparency in Windows 8 Without any Bug or Glitch   Thu Jan 17, 2013 6:53 pm


When Microsoft made the announcement about removal of Aero glass transparency from its latest OS Windows 8, it disappointed a lot of Windows users. Aero glass transparency was one of the eye candy effects which made Windows Vista and Windows 7 looking beautiful.


Microsoft didn't only disable the transparency but also removed its programming code from Windows 8 shell, so there is no known way yet to get the transparency back.

Although there are a few secret ways to get an unstable transparency in Windows 8 but its full of glitches and doesn't work as expected. You can't work with that transparency effect enabled. You can check out following topic to read more about it:

Is There Any Way to Enable Aero Glass Transparency in Windows 8?

Thanks to an AskVG reader "SirNoah", its now possible to make this unstable transparency stable in Windows 8. Today in this tutorial, we are going to share a 100% working method which will help you in enabling transparency in Windows 8 which will work properly without any bug or glitch. It'll be permanent and stable.

Before starting the tutorial, lets make a few things clear:

After following the method given in this tutorial, you'll get transparency in window borders similar to Windows Vista and Windows 7 but there will be no blur or reflection effects.
It'll require a small utility running in background so that you can get stable transparency in Windows 8 without glitches.

Now if you want to get transparency in Windows 8, here are the required steps:


1. First we'll need to enable the hidden, unstable and buggy transparency in Windows 8. You can follow the method given in the above mentioned link or you can take care of a freeware "Aero8Tuner" created by our friend hb860.

First download the tool using following link:


Quote :
http://winaero.com/comment.php?comment.news.95

[color=darkred][size=24][b]2. After downloading the software, run it and enable "Force High Contrast Mode (you will get the unusable transparency)" option. At last save the changes.
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[color=darkred][size=24][b]Now you'll get a broken transparency in Windows 8 which will be full of bugs. As soon as you move a window, it'll ruin the transparency effect.

3. Now its turn of making this unstable transparency stable. We'll take help of another freeware "bLend" created by our friend Lord Devrexster. Initially the software was created for Windows XP to provide transparency effect similar to Windows Vista and Windows 7 but surprisingly, it still works in Windows 8.

Download it using following link:
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Quote :
http://www.deviantart.com/download/76090504/bLend_v0_0_0_1_by_devrexster.zip





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