Personalizing Windows 10 PC is what I do every day. Change a few things here, make it look refreshing so it doesn’t get dull. The first step in doing so to change the wallpaper every day, sometimes every few minutes. One more thing I change often is the accent color. Its the color which appears on the tiles, taskbar and so on. In this post, I will share how you can automatically Change Windows 10 Accent Color
How to Automatically Change Windows 10 Accent Color
Windows 10 Personalization settings allow you to change your accent color automatically by using one simple setting. Let’s learn how to use it:
- First, make sure you have set to change background wallpaper. There are apps that can do it, or you can use BING wallpapers, and even photos from your personal library.
- Once done that. Go to Settings > Personalization > Colours
- Toggle the option which says Automatically pick an accent color from my background.
Now every time your wallpaper changes, the accent color will change accordingly. If you think the colors are a bit too much, you can control it by turning off the option just below it. It will keep Start, Taskbar, action center, and title bar off the grid.
Note: If you are looking for a very specific color for your Windows 10 Theme, check our tutorial on this
Sync Accent colors between multiple Windows 10 Devices
What if you have multiple Windows 10 devices, and you want the settings to go along with you? How about having the same accent color on all your devices? Windows 10 Mobile and PC both have this option which allows you to sync Theme settings between devices using the same account.
- Go to Settings > Accounts > Sync Your Settings > Toggle on Themes
You can also sync passwords, language preferences, Internet Explorer, and Edge Settings.
How are you personalizing your Windows 10? Are you using any software? Let us know in the comments.