How to display colors on the title bar in Windows 11. Most users disdain to change the default user interface settings, but some users like to personalize all aspects of the operating system.
Display colors on the title bar in Windows 11
Windows 11 does not display accent colors on the title bar and window borders under the default settings. Therefore, the title bar of most applications will appear white/black according to the light/dark mode.
However, if you like colored title bars and window borders, you can configure Windows 11 to display colors on the title bar and window borders.
Note: File Explorer in Windows 11 does not have a title bar. Therefore, when you configure Windows 11 to display colors on the title bar and window borders, the accent color will only be displayed on the file explorer window borders. Here is how to configure Windows 11 to display colored title bars and window borders.
Display colors on the title bar
Open the settings application. Go to the Personalization > Color page. Click “Accent Color” to expand the same color.
Scroll down the page to see the Show accent color on the title bar and window border. Open the options to see the color of the title bar and window border.
Simple as that!
Note 1: Windows 11 will automatically select an accent color to match the current desktop background and default settings. If you want to choose your own accent color, you can navigate to Settings> Personalization> Color, select Manual, and then choose the color of your choice (see the image below).
Note 2: The same page (Settings > Personalization > Color) also contains an option called Show accent on the start and taskbar. You can use this option to display the current accent color on the start menu and taskbar (this option defaults to closure).
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