On the other hand, Windows 10 aren’t getting then, and while this makes sense for Microsoft in the long term, it’s obviously something users stuck with the older operating system aren’t necessarily pleased with.
This is mostly because Windows 10 is perfectly capable of handling all these visual refinements, though on the other hand, there’s no way to get them on their operating system.
However, as reported by MSPU, someone has created a little tool that enables the acrylic menus available on Windows 11 on Windows 10 as well. Nevertheless, it’s important to keep in mind this app is still in the very early stages, and given it’s just an experimental project, it shouldn’t be used permanently on a Windows 10 device.
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