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In this article, we’ll show you how Disable/enable rounded corners in Windows 11. All Windows 11 tabs and floating menus have a built-in option for rounded corners. However, having used this feature for some time, Windows 10 users are used to simple rectangular corners. For this reason, many customers prefer to turn off the rounded corners feature in Windows 11.

Many user interface (UI) components and menus in Windows 11, especially the context menu, have rounded corners. When you get back to sharp corners, you can change this configuration to make it look like Windows 10. You can do this with a simple program. Here’s how to use it in Windows 11 to turn off rounded corners.

Fortunately, there are still a few methods that can help you get your sharp corners back, and we’ll walk you through them in detail in this tutorial. In Windows 11, many interface elements and menus, including the context menu, have rounded corners. However, you can change this arrangement and restore the Windows 10 feel by switching back to sharp corners. You can do this with a simple app. Before proceeding, we recommend that you update Windows 11. Below are the steps to disable/enable rounded corners in Windows 11.

How to disable/enable rounded corners in Windows 11

Although it is currently not possible to completely reset Windows 11 to the Windows 10 look, you can certainly change certain elements to make it look like Windows 10. For example, you can disable the rounded corners in Windows 11 to make them look sharp like in Windows 10.

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Step 1: Download Win11DisableRoundedCorners from the GitHub page.

Step 2: Run executable.

Step 3: Allow command execution via cmd.

Step 4: Wait for act complete.

Step 5: See prohibited rounded corners.

Step 6: To re-enable rounded corners, run executable file again.

Final words

We hope you enjoy this article How to disable/enable rounded corners in Windows 11. In Windows 11, many interface elements and menus, including the context menu, have rounded corners. However, you can change this arrangement and restore the Windows 10 feel by switching back to sharp corners. If you like this article, please share it with others.

Originally posted 2022-08-24 17:28:25.

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