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GTI.H

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  1. Hello! Try using the Aero Glass GUI / Accent / Opacity
  2. Now I can safely say that the only way I found to reduce my CPU/GPU load to its 10-20% normal levels was to install a AG 1.5.9 version that I found on the internet off the official site. Now the windows move continuously with smoothly, mouse and window movements and opening the start menu do not significantly influence the CPU/GPU load. Now I do not need to stop AG when I have to work. Back to normal life!
  3. Now I can safely say that disabling transparency in the Chrome title bar in this way, 1. Open Chrome and paste chrome://flags/#windows10-custom-titlebar on adress bar then hit enter. 2. On "Custom-drawn Windows 10 Titlebar", choose "Default" 3. Restart Chrome and title bar glass is gone. substantially decreased my CPU load, but AG still consumes a lot of CPU/GPU resources, more than previous versions.
  4. What you need is just a method for "UxTheme Signature Bypass".
  5. What are you, a mole? You have the whole Deviantart to look for and said there is not. See: Here for exemple.
  6. You can use third party themes if you want, what you said does not stop you from doing so and you do not need to reinstall Windows.
  7. I install the necessary minimum and also do not like to install OldNewExplorer because I like the New Explorer and not the old one. I do not want to be stuck in the past. 99% of the themes are free, I told you where to find them https://www.deviantart.com/devillnside, but you preferred to pay, now do not complain. You can learn from own mistakes or from the mistakes of others!
  8. With AG active, just opening the start menu overloaded my GPU by 90-100% but the CPU does not get overloaded.
  9. The solution to this issue is to "Download symbols", search here in forum for this.
  10. I've never seen option in my BIOS to increase dedicated GPU memory, I will look again, but anyway I think that nothing will change. I noticed that when the CPU is overloaded the GPU glues by 90-100% and the GPU memories almost do not change.
  11. Custom theme is created when you modify an existing theme and can be signed or not depending on which theme you have used to modify. If you read a few previous posts here you will see links to third party themes and they can be found here too for example: https://www.deviantart.com/devillnside
  12. In few words: Windows does not allow you to apply third-party themes (Themes not signed by Microsoft), so if you want to apply a third-party theme, you will need a method for Bypass Theme Signature and one of the methods is to use UxTSB.dll which is the bigmuscle's method for this.
  13. This seems to have been files blocked by Windows.
  14. Good observation, well remembered. When the CPU is overloaded the GPU and its memory are also overloaded. I will pay attention to the GPU resources. My GPU is Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600 (HSW-DT GT2), 1200MHz, 80 cores, 20 CUs, Driver 20.19.15.4835 Graphic adapter: Intel Haswell-DT GT2 - Integrated Graphics Controller Windows Task Manager without processor overload: Dedicated Memory: 0.0 / 128MB Shared Memory: 0.5 / 2GB Regards GTI
  15. Try to paste this shell:::{ED834ED6-4B5A-4bfe-8F11-A626DCB6A921} into the explorer address bar, hit enter and select the theme here. It may fail the first time, select a default theme, reset the pc and try again. Regards GTI
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