Rendering changes to ClearType in Windows 7

This post clarify how font rendering works in Windows 7 and give some background on how we chose ClearType font rendering to be the default in Windows. For those that dislike ClearType and want to change the system default setting to bi-level rendering, as were defaults in Windows Millennium, the quick answer is: Enter Appearance […]

This post clarify how font rendering works in Windows 7 and give some background on how we chose ClearType font rendering to be the default in Windows. For those that dislike ClearType and want to change the system default setting to bi-level rendering, as were defaults in Windows Millennium, the quick answer is: Enter Appearance into the start menu search; Select Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows from the Control Panel; The setting that should be changed under the custom option is: Smooth edges of screen fonts, which should be turned off

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