Step 1: Open System Properties
To disable the animations, we need to access the System Properties menu. Press the Windows key + Pause/Break key to open the System window. Alternatively, you can right-click the Start menu, select System, and then click on “Advanced system settings.”
Step 2: Access Performance Options
In the System Properties window, click on the “Advanced” tab and then click on “Settings” under the “Performance” section.
Step 3: Disable Animations
In the Performance Options window, under the “Visual Effects” tab, uncheck the box next to “Animate windows when minimizing and maximizing.” Click “Apply” and then “OK” to save the changes.
Step 4: Test the Changes
To confirm that the changes have been applied successfully, minimize and maximize a window. You should notice that the animation is no longer present.
1. Will disabling animations improve my computer’s performance?
Yes, disabling animations can help improve your computer’s performance by reducing the amount of resources needed to run the animations.
2. Can I disable animations for other features in Windows 10?
Yes, you can disable animations for other features such as menu animations and taskbar animations by following similar steps to those outlined in this tutorial.
3. Will disabling animations affect my computer’s appearance?
Disabling animations will remove some visual effects from your computer, but it will not significantly affect the appearance of Windows 10.
Disabling animations when minimizing and maximizing windows can help improve your computer’s performance and streamline your workflow. By following the steps outlined in this tutorial, you can easily disable these animations and optimize your Windows 10 experience.