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    You can further customize your app experience by personalizing their startup color on Windows 10. Here's how.

    Alongside the slew of new features and changes, Windows 10 brings a new version of apps that work across devices and adapt to any screen size. The operating system comes bundled with some of these apps, including Photos, Alarms, Calculator, Xbox, Microsoft Edge and many others. Of course, you can get more from the Store, which is the one-stop-shop to get thousands of additional apps.
    While each app is different, most of them include a settings page to customize various options. However, the one thing that every app has in common is that they don't offer an option to change the splash screen color you see every time you launch the app.
    You'll notice that some apps will take the color accent from your current theme, and some other apps display their signature colors like the Xbox app with its green color and Microsoft Edge with its characteristic blue color.

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    09-22-2016 07:11 AM

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