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title bar

[′tīd·əl ‚bär]
(computer science)
An area at the top of a window that contains the name of the file or application in the window.

title bar

The horizontal strip across the top of a window that contains the name of the application. See Win Title bar.
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The most popular of which is that WindowBlinds can support alpha blending in skins (glass effects and other visual enhancements in title bars and controls) as well as animation, shadows, sound effects, and more.
Instead, in Windows 9, modern UI style apps will feature some of the elements of the Charms Bar in their title bars while developers will have to enable the 'Share' button from the Charms Bar for their respective apps on Windows 9.
WindowBlinds allows users to completely alter the look and feel of the Windows interface by applying visual styles (skins) to title bars, buttons, the Start bar, borders and more.
This is accomplished through the control panel called "Display." Among other things, the "Appearance" submenu allows you to adjust the width of the scroll bars, enlarge the caption buttons that are in the upper right comer of all windows (those are the buttons that allow you to minimize, maximize, or close the active window), and increase the size of the task and Windows title bars.
Cute Reminders desktop notes are very similar to their paper prototypes; they hide their title bars, sparing space on the desktop.
This software adds new buttons to the windows that let you minimize them to the tray instead of the desktop, roll up and down the windows into handy, highly visible title bars instead of the icons, set the windows to always stay on top for your convenience, and regulate the transparency level of any window.