The Aero features look great and are easy to use once you get used to them, but they can also put a strain on your computer.
Also, on PCs with low specs, the “Aero” function may be automatically disabled.
You can disable the “Aero” feature if you don’t need it. You can also enable the “Aero” feature at any time.
2. Disable Work: Choose anything other than the one in the Aero theme (if you don’t know what to choose, “Windows 7 Basic”) and click.
3. Enable Work: Select the one in the Aero theme and click on it.
*If you change from disabled to enabled, this window will not be displayed and the “Design Settings” window will open immediately.
Key features of Windows 7 Aero
- Aero Shake :
Click and hold the title bar of a window and shake to minimize all other windows
- Aero Snap :
Dragging a window to the top of the screen displays a semi-transparent frame across the entire desktop, and dropping it will switch to full screen display. Ru
- Aero Peek :
“Windows” + “Space” key to make all windows transparent
- Flip :
Display the window in use as a thumbnail (shrink) when switching windows with [Alt] + [Tab].
- AeroGlass :
Window borders become semi-transparent, allowing you to see through the windows and desktop below
- Taskbar Thumbnails:
Displays thumbnails (miniatures) of active windows when switching between windows using the taskbar.
- Flip 3D :
By pressing the [Windows] + [Tab] key, you can switch between windows in use while displaying them in 3D.