Here's how to control visual effects on Windows 11

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Yes, it's possible to disable the transparency effects on Windows 11, and in this guide, we'll show you three ways to do it.
On Windows 11, the desktop elements like the Taskbar and Start menu, and some apps like the Settings app, use a new transparent base layer that uses the Mica material part of the Microsoft Fluent Design language. The new material lets the background shine through using a blur technique without affecting performance or battery life and falls back to a solid color when the app is not in focus.

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