Windows Vista: Aero Theme is Bad, Disable It

With the new Aero Theme Microsoft introduced 3D look to windows, something that Mac OS X users have had for quite a while. With Aero, the user can view the 3rd dimension of a window by flipping the window by pressing the Windows Logo key + TAB. The overall appearance of the Windows Vista desktop […]

With the new Aero Theme Microsoft introduced 3D look to windows, something that Mac OS X users have had for quite a while. With Aero, the user can view the 3rd dimension of a window by flipping the window by pressing the Windows Logo key + TAB. The overall appearance of the Windows Vista desktop changed. In order to run Aero you need to have a high speed processor, at least 512 MB RAM, DirectX 9.0 compatible graphics card with minimum 128 MB RAM, and a high RPM hard disk.

Based on my current laptop hardware specs I knew I had enough to run Aero. And indeed, Aero has automatically enabled itself. Quite impressive (it's not the first time I've worked with Aero, but I usually disable it, as you will soon learn why).

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