Windows provides a feature called “window repaint” that allows you to adjust the look and feel of a window while it is being moved or resized. This feature is available in Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 and can be easily turned on and off.
Window repainting is a useful feature for those who want to customize the appearance of the window while it is being moved or resized. When the window is repainted, all of the elements that make up the window are redrawn to match the desired appearance. This can include the background, text, and other elements.
Turning on window repaint is simple and can be done by right-clicking on the desktop and selecting “Personalize”. Once in the Personalize window, click on the “Window Color and Appearance” link. In the Window Color and Appearance window, you will see a checkbox labeled “Enable window repaint”. Check this box to turn on window repaint.
If you want to turn off window repaint, uncheck the “Enable window repaint” box. Once this is done, the window will no longer be repainted while it is being moved or resized.
It is important to note that window repaint does not affect any of the other settings of the window. It only affects the appearance of the window while it is being moved or resized. Any changes made to the window will still be saved once you have finished moving or resizing it.
The window repaint feature can be very helpful for those who want to customize the look and feel of their windows. It is easy to turn on and off and can be done in just a few clicks. Once enabled, it will repaint the window whenever it is moved or resized, allowing you to customize the appearance of the window to your liking.