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    All I want is to make the taskbar transparent, that's it. It really shouldn't be that hard, yet I haven't found a single way to do it.

    All I've found are registry edits that make it a tiny bit more translucent, or third-party programs like ClassicShell that force you to have terrible-looking XP/Vista/7-styled start menus or explorer windows and just offer a transparent taskbar as a side option.

    I used to have a theme that made the taksbar transparent after using UxThemePatcher (I think that's what it was called?) but that ended up crashing my computer after a Windows update and forcing me to reinstall the OS. So I'm NOT looking for any kind of hack like that.

    If a program like ClassicShell that doesn't heavily modify/replace any system files or even require a reboot can so simply change the transparency of the taskbar, why can't I find anything out there that does just that?
    11-12-2016 08:45 PM
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    Hi Welcome to Windows Central! I think this is what you're asking! If you need more help, please join the forum!
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    11-12-2016 09:13 PM

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