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Windows 7: W7 HB Transparency and Transitions

21 May 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Basic 32bit
Windows 7 Home Basic Transparency and Transitions

Okay, So I was recently able to put transparency on my Home Basic Win 7. Now I'm asking if it's possible to add Windows 7 Ultimate Application transitions. Meaning everytime I close a program it fades away in a second and the same opening a program instead fading in. Is it possible? Let me know here.

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