2.) Customize The Border Width in Windows 8.1 and 10!
By default, the borders of windows in Windows 8 and 10 are quite thick, and if you, like me, do not like it, you can make them as thin as they were in previous versions of Windows. Or vice versa if you wish, you can make the boundaries even thicker. In this we can use a simple Windows-Metrics Application or a registry editor.
To change the size of the borders of windows without editing the registry, you should download the Window Borders application for Windows 8. The application does not require installation. To start, double click on the executable file in the archive and all.
Also, the width of the windows border in Windows 8.1 / 8 and the indentation can be changed without the help of third-party software. First, open the Registry Editor. To do this, open the home screen, type regedit, and press Enter.
The fastest way to see the autorun entries is via the Windows 8.1 registry editor, please start the windows regedit via Windows+R keyboard shortcut and the command regedit!
Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Control Panel \ Desktop \ WindowMetrics
In the right part of the window, you need to change two values: BorderWidth and PaddedBorderWidth
The range for this value for Borders is from 0 to -750 ( twips ) with the default, as is seen in Windows 8 Pro installation being -15 (15 twips).
(Image-3) Custom Border Width of windows border in Windows-8.1-10!