Windows Vista and Windows 7 have a user interface called Aero. This separates these operating systems from Windows XP by offering things like transparent windows and other visual flashes. But the Aero interface takes up valuable system resources and reduces speed. You may be running an older PC and may not have those resources to spare.
Luckily, Windows Vista and 7 have an easy way to disable the Aero interface. You really won’t miss it much once it’s gone, and you’ll appreciate the faster response time and smaller Windows footprint.
To disable Windows Aero in Vista:
To disable Windows Aero in Windows 7:
To disable Windows Aero for a specific application in Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Aero will be disabled for this specific application.
Steve Horton has been working with computers for over 20 years. He's dedicated to helping people get the most out of their PCs, and likes playing cards and writing comics.
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