How to Disable Acrylic on the Sign-In Screen in Windows 10 Version 1903
One of the key parts of the modern Windows 10 experience is called Fluent Design and it includes new visual improvements available across both the operating system and apps.
Early Windows 10 adopters certainly know that Fluent Design has gradually evolved in Windows 10, and every new feature update brought more tweaks, including acrylic on the sign-in screen.
Acrylic is an essential part of Fluent Design, as it generates the blur effect in the background both in Windows 10 and apps, but it typically comes alongside other visual effects like reveal.
The acrylic implementation on the sign-in screen became available with the release of Windows 10 version 1809 (October 2018 Update) and will be offered in all OS feature updates from this point on, including the upcoming version 1903, also referred to as 19H1.
The most recent preview build, namely Windows 10 build 18312, introduces a new option that allows you to disable acrylic on the sign-in screen.
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