How to Reduce Mac Menu Bar Transparency
Matt Cone March 26, 2021 Tutorials Mac
By default, your Mac’s menu bar is transparent, which means the menu bar background color automatically changes depending on whatever application you’re using. You can disable this transparency feature to keep the background color of your menu bar consistent no matter what application you’re using.
Here’s how to reduce your Mac’s menu bar transparency:
From the Apple menu, select System Preferences.
From the sidebar, select Display.
Select the Reduce Transparency checkbox.
That’s it! You’ve successfully reduced the transparency of your Mac’s menu bar.
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