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We set the border thickness of standard windows in Windows 8.1

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We set the border thickness of standard windows in Windows 8.1

Quite often, we own sets the border thickness of standard windows in Windows 8.1, which allows us to adjust the window so that with them is not just easy to work and very practical and they look very cool. That's just for this, we have to use the registry tweaks that perfectly cope with before him tasks by setting the boundaries of standard windows, and all of that there is nothing more practical than tweak the registry to Win 8.1, because no one application can not boast that can make the tweak.

Using the command "the regedit", just open the "Registry Editor" and in it go to the following path: HKEY_CURRENT_USER / Control Panel / Desktop / WindowMetrics.

Once in the last subsection, you need the right part of the window to find the string value that has the name «PaddedBorderWidth». Note that, the numerical value, which you'll see in the parameter «PaddedBorderWidth», will be equal to the value of the thickness of the windows that you have a place to be at the moment. By default, it looks something like this: "= 4 -60 px». Accordingly, if you'll manipulate the numbers, which are divided into 15, and the width of the window borders will decrease or increase.





Accordingly, if we sets the border thickness of standard windows in Windows 8.1 prescribing value equal to "-105", the thickness of the window frame to increase to 7 pixels, and if the register value is equal to "0", the thickness of the frame will be the minimum and is equal to one pixel.

Once you're all set up, you will only restart the operating system and enjoy the new size of the window borders.

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