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Windows 7: How can I enable Fade-In and Fade-out animations in logon screen

31 Mar 2020   #1
SlipshodOak76

Windows Server 2008 x64
 
 
How can I enable Fade-In and Fade-out animations in logon screen

In windows vista there was a fade in animation when glowing orb swithces to logon screen and there was a fade out animation when signing out or shutting down to black screen. In windows 7 the only fade-in and fade-out animation happens at the time where logon screen switches to desktop. Any ideas?
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10 Apr 2020   #2
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

This is for Vista but I think it would be applicable to Win 7-

Fade in and Fade out Boxes | Vista Forums

Does it help?
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12 Apr 2020   #3
SlipshodOak76

Windows Server 2008 x64
 
 

Im not talking about file explorer animations I am talking about Log-in screen where it says welcome and then you type in your password and stuff

But still, thank you for your interest.
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13 Apr 2020   #4
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

My apologies. Take a look at this-

Log On Screen - Change

Does that help?
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24 Apr 2020   #5
SlipshodOak76

Windows Server 2008 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by wither 2 View Post
My apologies. Take a look at this-

Log On Screen - Change

Does that help?

Sorry for not replying in time. I forgot about my thread. And unfortunatly no, that guide changes background

of the logon screen.


Im exactly talking about this: YouTube Just look how it slowly fades in to the welcome screen. the same happens when you turn off your computer. it says "shutting down" and fades out to black screen. Windows 7 does not have that and Im trying to figure out how to bring that back
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24 Apr 2020   #6
wither 2

Windows 7 Pro SP1 64 bit
 
 

Wow, those computers in that youtube video must be super slow. I'm on my Vista system right now and when i log in, the transitions you're talking about are not noticeable. I also think my Win 7 transitions are much quicker.
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