What Happens When You Choose ClearType As Screen Fonts In Windows XP And Vista

This is a very common question people ask when they come across ClearType in Windows XP and Vista.

There are a lot of advantages when your shift over to ClearType on windows XP:

1> With ClearType the fonts on XP will have smooth edges, so if you want to change to smooth font edge in XP or as a matter of fact, even on Vista, then you should shift over to ClearType

2> The font display quality improves dramatically over the traditional fonts with Clear Font

3> Readability of the screen font improves in Windows XP and also in Vista

4> It enhances the appearance of the fonts on Windows XP and Vista.

Read how you can enable ClearType in Windows XP / Vista.

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