Control Windows XP Transition Effects for Menus and Windows

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Windows 2000 and Windows XP have thrown on lots of transition effects in its menus and windows. If you have a really good video card, no problem. In fact its really neat. But for a long time, my home PC sucked! If you want to get maximum performance without the flash, or if you want to control :

For Windows XP :

Click Start
Control Panel
Click the Appearance tab
Click the Effect button
For Windows 2000 :

Click Start
Control Panel
Click the Effects tab
then experiment by checking and unchecking various effects. Uncheck all for the best video performance. ')}

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