Back to Tutorial

Mac Tips & Lessons

0% Complete
0/0 Steps
  1. macOS Classes
    3 Lessons
  2. New in macOS Ventura
    7 Lessons
  3. Getting Started with the Mac
    10 Lessons
  4. Menu Bar Lessons for the Mac
    4 Lessons
  5. Dock Lessons for the Mac
    8 Lessons
  6. Finder Lessons for the Mac
    22 Lessons
  7. Manage Applications on the Mac
    19 Lessons
  8. Manage Files and Folders on the Mac
    22 Lessons
  9. General macOS Lessons
    19 Lessons
  10. Preferences or Settings for the Mac
    31 Lessons
  11. Troubleshooting Lessons for the Mac
    16 Lessons
  12. New in macOS Mojave
    12 Lessons
  13. New in macOS Catalina
    19 Lessons
  14. New in macOS Big Sur
    15 Lessons
  15. New in macOS Monterey
    6 Lessons
Topic 10, Lesson 22
In Progress

Reduce the Transparency in the Menu Bar and Dock

Topic Progress
0% Complete

Learn how to reduce the transparency in the menu bar and dock on the Mac.

Reduce the Transparency in the Menu Bar and Dock on the Mac

You may have noticed that Apple as been making the interface to the Mac more transparent with each macOS version. It’s nice effect, but with some backgrounds, it can make some of the interface harder to read. Apple really bumped up the transparency in the menu bar in macOS Big Sur. If you do not like this transparency, you can reduce it, or basically remove it in both menu bar and dock. This is done through an accessibility option. See how to reduce or remove the transparency in this video for macOS.

Video Transcript (video also has closed captions):

Skip to content