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In the title bar there is a noticeable gap/line/shadow above to minimize and maximize buttons. See photos below. I am running Windows 10 Build 10240 RTM. Personal Opinions I do not like the borders around windows. I prefer not to see them at all because they don't have that clean 1px line around the window look that Windows 10 has. The border looks terrible especially in the settings and any other windows that have a gray title bar. See photos below and you will know what I mean. I really do not like the border around the start menu either. The start menu does not need a border. This looks so much better. See photo below. Please remove the borders they are unnecessary. We are using Windows 10 now. The 1px borders that Windows 10 gives us are much cleaner looking. .
Hello, I have long wondered if there is some way to prevent icons from automatically scaling in Windows XP. For example, when I am in Windows Explorer in Tiles view (which displays 48x48 pixel icons), and the largest available icon is 32x32 pixels, the 32x32 icon will scale up to 48x48. This is highly undesirable, since it creates jagged edges, and the result is usually horrific! The smaller icon will always scale up to the bigger size; the only exception to this behaviour is when in Thumbnail view. Then the size of the icon is respected, seemingly for the 48x48-pixel icons, i.e., it will make everything scale up to 48x48 instead of the full 96x96 size of the thumbnail. I would think there would be some setting somewhere to change that would fix this strange behaviour, so if anyone has heard of it, I would be ever so greatful to hear of it! Thanks, Thomas