How to Change the Taskbar Color in Windows 10?

If you are tired of the same old Windows 10 taskbar, Microsoft allows you to customize its appearance, including changing the taskbar color. Starting Windows 10 version 1903, you can choose a color of Taskbar of your choice. However, if you don’t want a fancy color, simply switch between light and dark mode to change the color of your taskbar. However, if you’re going to choose a specific color, you need to dive into the Settings app.

In this gearupwindows article, you will learn how to change the color of the Windows 10 Taskbar.

How to Change the Taskbar Color in Windows 10?

If you want to change the Taskbar color of Windows 10, use the following steps:-

Step 1. First, open the Settings app.

To that, you can use Windows + I hotkey.

Step 2. When Windows Settings appears on your computer, click on the Personalization category.

Step 3. Then, select Colors in the left sidebar in the Personalization settings.

Step 4. Next, pick Custom in the “Choose your color” drop-down menu in the Colors settings.

Step 5. After that, click Dark under “Choose your default Windows mode.” This allows you to apply a theme color to your taskbar.

Quick Note: You can choose either Light or Dark option for your “default app mode” according to your choice, and it won’t affect your taskbar color choice.

Step 6. Next, turn off the toggle switch Transparency effects.

Step 7. Subsequently, scroll down to the “Choose your accent color” section. If the “Automatically pick an accent color from my background” option is checked, Windows will automatically pick a color that matches your desktop wallpaper. To manually pick a color, uncheck the “Automatically pick an accent color from my background” option and pick a color in the grid of colored squares located just below it. If your favorite color is not in the grid, click the Custom color button below the grid.

Step 8. To apply the selected color to the taskbar, scroll down a bit and under “Show accent color on the following surfaces,” place a checkmark before Start, taskbar, and action center option.

That’s it. The changes are immediate, so there is no need to restart your computer. Once you complete the above steps, you’ll see the selected color in the taskbar.

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