[How To] Add Slow Motion Effects in Windows 8 Using Shift Key

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Here is the First Tactics for Windows 8 ! 😀
Windows 8 already full of great 3D effects , Now give them slow motion effects & enjoy !
Earlier, I had Posted Windows 7 Slow Motion Effect.

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 Step 1: Open Registry Editor (Open Win+R and type “Regedit”)  

Step 2: Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsDWM

Step 3:  Right click on DWM Folder and Select New DWORD (32-bit) value.

Step 4: Rename the New Value #1 to “AnimationsShiftKey”

Step 5: Right Click on AnimationsShiftKey and Select Modify and Chang the Value 0 to 1

Step 6: Close the Registry windows and open Run and Type “net stop uxsms” and press Enter Key (A Command Prompt Windows will appear and disappear)

Step 7: open Run Again and Type “net start uxsms” and press Enter  (A Command Prompt Windows will appear and disappear)

Step 8: It is done, the Shift key Animations has been enabled. Now while minimizing / maximizing any window or Screen, Simply Press and Hold Shift key to see the window getting minimized/maximized in slow motion.

~~~~~~Hear Some Snapshot of Slow Motion Effect~~~~~~

Start Key Animation:

Minimize/Maximize Animation:

Windows Explorer Animation:

How to Disable Slow Motion  Effects ?

To Disable Slow Motion completely, simply right click on it and select delete. It will show a system warning  don’t worry about it. Just Delete it 😛  and second way open run and type “net stop uxsms”and press enter it is done Enjoy!!!!

So, If you are having any problems regarding to this tactic please comment below in “Leave Your Comment” Section !

Mosam Gor

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10 Responses

  1. Mosam Gor says:

    Obviously, that’s what we do! Don’t you Know, “We Bring you the Best! ” 😛 BTW, Thank you for your Compliment!! Keep Visiting!! 🙂

  2. Nauman gandhi says:

    Very nice and awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It helped me….. 🙂
    thanks for this post….

  3. Jay Pathak says:

    awesome Effects Bro… 🙂

    Superb….. (Y)

  4. Niraj Bhusal says:

    hello Mosam
    it didn’t work on my Windows 8.1
    Anyways thanx for the post

  5. Nirmala says:

    Thanks for the detailed step by step tutorial Mosam.

    Will try the slow motion effect with your guide.

    Keep sharing the stuffs 🙂

  6. Really enjoy the way you break down tutorials with graphic screen shares. Smart and simple!

    Thanks for sharing Mosam!

    Ryan

  7. Cool tutorial definitely worth trying. I always enjoy reading your blog as i keep learning something new every time. Thanks

  8. aris jay says:

    Oh my! This is something new…. I don’t know that you can do such a thing like this! Thanks for sharing this outstanding tutorial! =D

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