Maybe, but then this issue is also related to Windows 10.
On Win 8 I had Aero Glass and Shadow FX running simultaneously without any problem.
Besides, Window FX is working fine with Aero Glass. You would assume that Shadow FX would cause less interferences then Window FX,
since Window FX does a lot more.
However, some custom shadows are no comparison to a glass-blur effect imo, so I'll stick with Aero Glass.