How To Choose a Custom Color For your Start Menu

 Beginning with the October 2020 update, Windows 10 currently defaults to a light subject that removes complement tones from your taskbar and Start menu. In the event that you'd prefer to choose a custom tone for your Beginning menu, there's a simple method to pick it in Settings. Here's the ticket. 

To begin with, dispatch "Settings" by opening the "Start" menu and tapping the rigging symbol on the left. (You can likewise press Windows+i on your console.) 

At the point when "Settings" dispatches, click "Personalization." 

In "Personalization" settings, click "Tones" from the sidebar. 

In the "Tones" settings, find the "Pick your shading" drop-down menu. In the menu, select "Custom." 

After choosing "Custom" from the shading menu, two new decisions will show up beneath. Under "Pick your default Windows mode," select "Dull." 

This Dull mode is needed for colorizing your Beginning menu, however since you've just picked the "Custom" shading plan, you're allowed to utilize Light mode applications in the event that you need. So under "Pick your default application mode," pick whichever alternative ("Light" or "Dull") you like the best. 

Next, look down the Shadings page and find the "Pick your highlight tone" area. 

In the event that you need the shading to consequently coordinate your work area foundation picture, put a check next to "Naturally pick a complement tone from my experience." In any case, click a tone in the lattice that you'd prefer to use for your Beginning menu and taskbar. You can likewise pick a custom tone by tapping the "Custom tone" button beneath the lattice. 

From that point forward, find the "Show complement tone on the accompanying surfaces" segment and check the case close to "Start, taskbar, and activity focus." 

(In the event that the "Start, taskbar, and activity focus" choice is turned gray out, ensure you select "Dull" as your default Windows mode above. It won't work in Light mode.) 

Whenever you open your Beginning menu, you'll see that it has changed to the highlight shading you chose. 

Nice. In the event that you actually need to switch back to the standard Windows 10 topic, open Settings > Personalization > Tones and select "Light" in the "Pick your shading" drop-down menu. Have some good times altering Windows!

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