The accent color is not displayed by default on title bars and window borders in Windows 11. As a result, depending on whether you’re in light or dark mode, most applications’ tile bars are white or black. The majority of Windows 11 users are content with the default blank and white title bars, but some, like us, want to customize them. If you prefer Color on Title Bars and window borders, you can set them up in the settings app to display them in different colors.
Please note that the File Explorer in Windows 11 does not have a title bar. As a result, even if you set the accent color to appear on title bars and window borders, it will only appear on File Explorer borders.
How to Show Color on Title Bars in Windows 11?
Follow these steps to enable color on title bars in Windows 11:
- To begin, press the Windows + I keys to launch the Settings app.
- Then, on the left sidebar, select Personalization.
- Then, on the right-hand pane, select Colors.
- When you’re finished, scroll down a little and turn the toggle switch next to the “Show accent color on title bars and window borders” option to On.
That is all there is to it. Colors will appear on title bars and window borders in Windows 11 right away. Scroll up and select the Manual option in the “Ascent color” drop-down menu if you want to pick a specific color. Select a color from the drop-down menu.
An application’s title bars and window borders will now be the color you chose in the previous steps.