Start taskbar and action center greyed out

Start, taskbar and action center greyed out

The best thing about the Windows operating system that it lets you customize and tweak it to the fullest extent. Microsoft always offers a decent range of personalization capabilities in its operating system. Starting with version 1903, Windows 10 is finally introducing a system light theme that brings lighter colors for all the visual elements, and the result is a brand-new experience that many users will argue is little similar as the default theme available macOS.

With default settings, Windows 10 1903 uses light mode in Windows 10, you’ll notice the Taskbar, Action Center, Start menu and other elements in the light color scheme. But, Start, taskbar and action center greyed out in Windows 10 Colours Settings

How to fix Start, taskbar and action centre greyed out problem in Windows 10 Colors Settings.

How to fix Start, taskbar and action center greyed out problem in Windows 10 Colors Settings.

In the Personalization settings, click on Themes and then on Windows image under the Themes title.

Start, taskbar and action center greyed out

After completing the steps, Start, taskbar and action center setting box will return to normal state

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59 thoughts on “Start taskbar and action center greyed out”

  1. Thanks for telling us how to fix the greyed out selection for start and task bar colours.
    Any idea why it gets breyed out to start with?

    You said:
    “let’s you customise and tweak it to the fullest extent”??
    Really?
    When they deliberately grey out options to stop people tweaking it?
    Those of us who have been around a while know that each version of windows actually gets less and less customisation options.
    Go back to windows 98 and you could set individual colours and fonts for each element of your desktop and windows.
    That was truly the “fullest extent”.
    Now you get a couple of “themes” and one “accent” colour.
    Clearly Microsoft has no respect for individuality, personal style, or personal preferences.
    They just want to force everyone into the same little box.
    Not that old mother Apple is any different.

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    • Garry Hausfeld, You are right, Thanks for comment 🙂

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  2. Simple and elegant solution. Kudos 😎

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