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Vista Tips - Disabling Aero Glass for Faster Performance

Now you want to make Windows Explorer even faster. Disabling the Aero Glass composition engine will allow you to have a much faster user interface experience on slower hardware. However, you will lose most of the cool visual effects, such as the windows transitions and the cool new Flip 3D window switcher
Disabling Aero Glass will turn off the Desktop Window Manager and Windows will use a visual style engine similar to what was in Windows XP. The older visual style engine works great on slower hardware that ran XP well. However, the look of the user interface is a little different.
If you are willing to compromise the Glass look for a big increase in performance, follow these steps to disable Aero Glass:
  1. Right-click the Desktop and select Personalize from the menu.
  2. Select Windows Color and Appearance from the top of the list in the Personalization window.
  3. On the bottom of the window, click Open classic appearance properties for more color options.
  4. When Appearance Settings loads, select Windows Aero Basic from the color scheme list.
  5. Press Apply, OK and you are finished.

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