Set Custom Transparencies for Programs with Blend (2000/XP/Vista)

Blend allows you to manually select the transparency for individual programs by either entering the executable path or dragging an icon onto the window you want to tweak.

Blend is a system tray utility takes up very little memory (3 MB or less), and has simple but highly-configurable options.

Blend works with Windows Vista, XP, or 2000.

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