Windows 10: Start menu transparency revealed in latest Windows 10 build leak

Discus and support Start menu transparency revealed in latest Windows 10 build leak in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; [img] Screenshots of Windows 10 build 10031 have leaked online today, revealing a transparency effect that has been applied to the Start Menu.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by Brink, Mar 5, 2015.

  1. Brink
    Brink New Member

    Start menu transparency revealed in latest Windows 10 build leak


    Read more: Start menu transparency revealed in latest Windows 10 build leak | Windows Central

    :)
     
    Brink, Mar 5, 2015
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  2. TChampZG Win User

    Transparency function

    Win 10 Pro Insider Build 16215 when transparency is enabled in settings>personalization>colors>transparency effects, start menu is still not showing any transparency!?
     
    TChampZG, Mar 5, 2015
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  3. How to get Windows 10 build 9788 iso

    Windows 10 build 9788 (with a build tag of 6.4.9788.winmain.140704-2025) is a pre-release build of the Microsoft Windows
    10
    operating system. At least one screenshot of this build has been released, which shows a revised Start
    Menu
    interface that hosts Windows Store applications within its right-hand column. its hard to get

    Kernel version
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    x86, x64

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    #IgorPopov, Mar 5, 2015
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  4. LEE
    Lee Win User

    Start menu transparency revealed in latest Windows 10 build leak

    I'm in "Lov'". . . *Party
     
  5. Rocky Win User
    I really like the way that looks. *Cool*Cool*Cool
     
    Rocky, Mar 5, 2015
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  6. Vladimir Win User
    Pretty nice !

    *Smile
     
    Vladimir, Mar 6, 2015
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  7. BunnyJ New Member
    I dig it.. now I just want to see how it looks in action and not a leak.
     
    BunnyJ, Mar 6, 2015
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  8. gzt7d8 Win User

    Start menu transparency revealed in latest Windows 10 build leak

    Now that's what I'm looking for. Bring it on, I'm ready to kick the tires! *Smile
     
    gzt7d8, Mar 6, 2015
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  9. LittleJay Win User
    Well....transparency makes absolutely no difference to me. I didn't even realize it was gone in W8, until I read about it on Eight Forums. *Biggrin
     
    LittleJay, Mar 6, 2015
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  10. Winuser Win User
    I hope they do bring back transparency. If they don't It's not something I have to have.
     
    Winuser, Mar 7, 2015
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  11. 24C
    24c Win User
    Right with you on the "tire kick" thing.
     
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