Windows 10 is the best and latest version of the Microsoft Operating System. It is the most popular and widely used Microsoft Operating system ever in history. With lots of new features, Windows 10 has become more secure than its previous versions.
Here’s how you are going to change the highlight color in windows 10.
Step 1: Click on START. Click on SETTINGS. Click on PERSONALIZATION
STEP 2: Now Click on COLOR. Here you can change the color of your highlight background and font color too. You have some options to choose from for highlighting the window title bar, Start menu, Taskbar, etc. Happy Coloring
To install Windows 10 on your PC you just need the following specifications:
Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or SoC or compatible processor, RAM: 2GB for 32-bit OS and for 64 bit it requires min 4 GB of RAM, Hard disk space: 16GB if installing with DVD, 20GB if you are upgrading from windows 7/8/8.1, Display card: DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0
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Windows Color Feature
Hi, I want to share with you some important information about the new color feature in Windows 10. This new feature will help the users to change the look using different colors combinations. Basically, this is a Windows version of the “Linux Look Changer” program which is used by Linux users for changing themes.
When you install your copy of Microsoft’s upcoming operating system version 10, probably at release time on 29th July 2015, one of its many attractive features is the available ability of so many aesthetically pleasing colors option for changing your OS theme/look/design/colors, etc., that it can give almost any desktop environment out there run for their money! The new color picker tool provides access to countless interesting possibilities not found anywhere else in any other operating system!
What’s more? You can download and import other people’s designed color themes into the color themLabe picker to use them if they suit your taste better. Also, you can create your own custom color schemes with a little bit of tinkering around in the theme settings editor.