Recently launched Microsoft’s operating system Windows 11 is heating up in the market, as it comes with tons of amazing new features, system improvements, and complete UI changes. Now, users can easily upgrade their PCs to Windows 11 officially without downloading the unofficial ISO file. To do that, just open Settings from the start menu > Windows Update > Windows Insider Preview > Get Started > Link an Account > Choose Beta Channel > then, Confirm and Restart your PC and Check for update again. You’ll get the Windows 11 beta update.
After installing Windows 11, you can instantly see a lot of changes with UI. One of the UI changes is a new animation effect when you minimize or open the Windows applications. You can also see this effect while navigating through in-app options. It’s a cool Windows 11 feature that can be enabled and disabled by the user. Here’s I’ll show you how to turn off animations effects in Windows 11.
How To Turn Off Animations Effects in Windows 11
This new Windows 11 animation effect displays while closing, minimizing, or launching the Windows applications and more. Follow the given instructions to know how to turn off animations effects in Windows 11:
- Open Windows 11 Settings from the Start menu and then choose the Setting app
- Navigate to Accessibility from the left sidebar
- Now click on Visual effects
- Then, toggle to turn off Navigation effects
- Additionally, you can also disable the Transparency effect and Always show scrollbar effect.
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