If you have ever used an older version of Windows like Windows 7, you might know that the operating system allowed users to change the Active Title Bar Text color. We are talking about the text color that’s displayed on the title bar of an active Window.
Windows 7 allowed users to change the Title Bar Text Color through the Appearance Settings. However, the feature was removed in the latest Windows 10. On Windows 10, there’s no direct way to change the Active Title bar text color.
Yes, you can change the title bar color through the Appearance Settings, but you can’t change the text’s colors. To change the title bar text color, one needs to make a few Registry Editor changes.
Steps to Change the Title Bar Text Color in Windows 10
This article will share a detailed guide on how to change the Title bar Text color in Windows 10 operating system. Let’s check out.
Note: If you are using Registry Editor for the first time, please follow the steps carefully. Any wrong change in Registry could trigger errors. So, make sure to follow the steps carefully.
Step 1. First of all, search for ‘Run’ in the Windows 10 search. Open the Run dialog box from the list.