February 8, 2021

How to Change the Title Bar Text Color in Windows 10

If you have ever used an older version such as Windows 7, you may find that the operating system allowed users to change the text color of the active title bar. We are talking about the text color that appears on the title bar of an active window.

Windows 7 allowed users to change the title bar text color through appearance settings. However, the feature was removed in the latest Windows 10. On Windows 10, there is no direct way to change the active title bar text color.

Yes, you can change the color of the title bar through Appearance Settings, but you cannot change the color of the text. To change the color of the title bar text, one needs to make changes to some registry editor.

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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 a Windows 10 operating system. Let’s check out

pay attention: If this is your first time using Registry Editor, please follow the steps carefully. Any incorrect changes to the registry can trigger errors. So, be sure to follow the steps carefully.

step 1. First, search ‘Daud’ In Windows 10 search. Open the Run dialog box from the list.

stage 2. On the RUN dialog box, typeRegressionAnd press the enter button.

Enter regedit

step 3. This will open the registry editor.

step 4. Now go to the following path –

HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelColors

Step 5. On the right pane, find ‘Title text’ Values. This value represents the title bar text color of the active window.

Step 6. Double click on the value and Enter three digit rgb code.

Step 7. You can use Google’s color picker tool to get an RGB color code. For him, search for ‘RGB Color Picker‘Google search and hit enter. next, Use the slider to find the text you want. Copy RGB code and Paste it on the value field on step no. 4.

Step 8. Once done, click ‘Alright’ switch. Be sure to enter a single space between the values.

Enter the value and click 'OK'

Step 9. Now reboot your system to apply the changes. You can also sign out and sign in to your PC to implement the changes.

Step 10. To revert the changes, enter 0 As a value in Step no. 4.

this is the matter! You are done. After restart, you will find the new active text color in the title bar.

This article is about how to change the active title bar text color on a Windows 10 computer. I hope this article helped you! Please share this with your friends too. If you have any doubts related to this, let us know in the comment box below.

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