We show you step by step how to remove the transparencies in Yosemite OS X, a feature of the new Apple Mac OS Slimming completely the broad outlines of the design in OS X.
Yosemite OS X is here. The latest version of Apple’s desktop OS arrives in style after its official presentation at WWDC 2014. Among its major developments, highlights of which boasts minimalism. Through all its various interfaces, menus and so on; You can see how Apple hasslimmed its operating system to make it lighter (though no faster in some cases), visually speaking.
Although some of these visual changes come at a good time, making m ore evenly to the design of the current iOS iOS 7 and 8 it is certain that the constant use of resources such as transparency can not only upload the desire to continue using the OS by some users but also our devices. As with iOS, we can eliminate them altogether.
Remove Transparency in OS X Yosemite transparency
Apple does not allow transparencies disable itself, it is a basic feature in OS X Yosemite but allows us to do through its Accessibility menu:
- First, although it is evident, have OS X installed Yosemite because transparencies are not operating in other operating systems for Mac.
- We’ll have to head to System Preferences, for this we can use the new Spotlight by typing the location or go to the icon that will be on the launchpad, Dock or the Applications folder.
- In the Accessibility section, we will select the Display tab. Here you can activate the check box “Shrink transparency.” So the windows will stay with whitish and not adapt to what is behind them.
Also you can activate from the Accessibility menu, other features such as invert the colors of OS for people with reduced visibility (although I admit that writing with eyestrain worth it) or watch display grayscale eliminating any hint color. To return to the slides so we’ll just do the process in reverse, unchecking the box. An easy solution to make a little less minimalist OS X Yosemite.