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turn off transition effects as windows open and close

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Old 02-17-2007
J. David Boyd
 

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turn off transition effects as windows open and close
Any idea where to do this?

I can find it in XP easy enough, but the (almost) identical dialog in Vista
(Home Premium) doesn't have 'transition effects' as an option.

Dave

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Old 02-17-2007
Russ
 

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Re: turn off transition effects as windows open and close
I think you mean to go here, right click "Computer" select "Properties" left
side, click "Advanced System Settings" > "Advanced" tab, under Performance,
"Settings". Hope this is what you mean.
"J. David Boyd" <david@adboyd.com> wrote in message
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> Any idea where to do this?
>
> I can find it in XP easy enough, but the (almost) identical dialog in
> Vista (Home Premium) doesn't have 'transition effects' as an option.
>
> Dave


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Old 02-17-2007
Russ
 

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Re: turn off transition effects as windows open and close
Also, right click desktop, select "Personalize", click "Windows Color and
Apearance", near the bottom "Effects"
"J. David Boyd" <david@adboyd.com> wrote in message
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> Any idea where to do this?
>
> I can find it in XP easy enough, but the (almost) identical dialog in
> Vista (Home Premium) doesn't have 'transition effects' as an option.
>
> Dave


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