Windows 11 gives you the option to personalize theÂ colorÂ andÂ accent colorÂ of a variety of surfaces you see when you use Windows.
You can personalize the colors that appear in Windows and your apps by setting the mode toÂ Dark,Â Light, orÂ Custom.
TheÂ Light modeÂ setting has a lighter color scheme across theÂ Start menu, taskbar, Quick Settings, and notification center. It works well during daylight hours. If you choose the Light mode, youâ€™ll be able to show anÂ accent colorÂ for window title bars and borders. You wonâ€™t have the option to personalize the color of theÂ Start menu and taskbarÂ (that option is only available for Dark and Custom modes).
TheÂ Custom modeÂ gives you more options somewhere in between light and dark. You can choose anÂ accent colorÂ or have Windows select one (theÂ accent colorÂ will provide a contrast with or match your wallpaper and Windows color). You can also show an accent color for window title bars (the horizontal bar at the top of a window) and borders. Play around with the colors and modes to see which ones work best for you.
You can select to show or not show the accent color on the title bars and windows borders of active windows.
This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off show accent color on title bars and windows borders for your account in Windows 11.