Those of you have been using Windows 10 probably have observed the smooth animations that appear when you maximize and minimize windows. The new animations look good, especially if you love animations.
Since not all users like eye candy features, many of you might want to turn off new window animations in Windows 10. The fact that these animations make minimizing and maximizing windows look a bit slower is one of the core reasons why many users are preferring to turn off these window animations.
If you aren’t impressed with these animations and want to turn off them, Windows 10 offers options to turn off window animations.
Follow one of the two given below methods to disable or enable animations that appear while minimizing and maximizing windows in Windows 10.
Disable window animations
Method 1 of 2
Step 1: Open System Properties. To do so, simultaneously press Windows + R keys to open Run dialog, type Sysdm.cpl in the box, and then press Enter key.
Step 2: Once System Properties dialog box is launched, click on the Advanced tab. Here, under Performance section, click Settings button to open Performance Options dialog box.
Step 3: Here, look for the option labelled Animate windows when minimizing and maximizing and deselect the same. Finally, click Apply button.
Method 2 of 2
Window animations can also be turned off via PC settings.
Step 1: Open Settings. To open Settings app, type Settings in the Start menu/screen search box and then press enter key.
Step 2: In the left-pane of PC settings, click Ease of Access to see various Ease of Access settings.
Step 3: Now, in the left-pane, click Other options to see Play animations in Windows. Turn off the same to disable the animation when minimizing and maximizing.
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