On a Macbook, lowering the Transparency effects can speed up performance.
The menus on the MacBook seem lovely when Transparency effects are enabled, however, this function eats up resources on your Mac.
Therefore, if you choose the Reduce Transparency Effects option, you may anticipate a decrease in resource utilization and an improvement in your MacBook’s performance as a result.
How to Lower Transparency on a Mac
- Select System Preferences from the menu by clicking the Apple icon in the top left corner of the screen.
- Click “Accessibility” in the System Preferences box.
- Tap Display on the sidebar. Select the Display tab if it isn’t already there on the right.
- Select the box that says “Reduce transparency.”
Drop-down menus on your Macbook won’t look translucent after that. You might also find that your Macbook is operating more quickly than it used to.