how to enable full glass aero in Windows Developer Preview build 8102?

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by hos108, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. hos108

    hos108 MDL Novice

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    Hi all

    any one knows how to enable full glass aero in Windows Developer Preview build 8102?
     
  2. Mrx47

    Mrx47 MDL Addicted

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    Canouna, can you please say me how to go after logon directly to the desktop?:eek:
    I enabled the "Do not Show Start Menu when the user logs in" policy, but nothing changes. :confused:
     
  3. free1975yuly

    free1975yuly MDL Expert

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    #3 free1975yuly, Sep 17, 2011
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    We wait...
     
  4. Espionage724

    Espionage724 MDL Addicted

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    Idk, not being able to see clearly though window title bars is pretty unforgivable :p
     
  5. Windows4live

    Windows4live MDL Addicted

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    In which Build does it work?
     
  6. hanschke

    hanschke MDL Senior Member

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    any timetable for a better beta?
     
  7. nintendo

    nintendo MDL Novice

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    hideblur!!!!!!!!
     
  8. Panda X

    Panda X MDL Junior Member

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    #8 Panda X, Sep 24, 2011
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    What is full glass aero? Aero is enabled by default in WDP.

    If you're talking about disabling the blur shader on Aero then it's not called "Full Glass Aero". How can you disable something to make it full?

    Not to mention it's a debugging feature that will be disabled in the Beta, the RC, and RTM/GA. Just as it was in Vista and 7. The only time disabling the blur shader works is in an interim build. You can achieve this in Beta/RC/RTM by using an interim build's dwm.exe and udwm.dll. Though if you decide to do this method make sure to use a build as close as you can get to the one you're using. So if you want to try to add back this debugging item use 7989's dwm.exe and udwm.dll. They aren't guaranteed to work though.
     
  9. teitenshi

    teitenshi MDL Novice

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    :clap: thanks, was searching for answers and got them here