All of a sudden my system started displaying rough/jagged text or font. So was just wondering why I am facing this text or font smooth or anti-alias rendering problem in my system. As usual checked system display properties, resolution settings, graphic card etc., looks everything fine. Then started google about text or font anti-aliasing to render the text soft/smooth.
And I found in one of the support forms, says the problem is with the Cleartype text or font settings. Just follow these steps to enable Cleartype for smooth edges for screen fonts:
Go to Desktop -> Right Click -> Display Properties -> Appearance -> Effects
Then enable “Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts:” choose ClearType as your option and then apply the settings, that’s it you are done. Now the windows, Firefox and IE displays the text or font properly rendered with smooth or soft edges
Check the same in the below screen shot:
Was wondering why I am not facing the same problem in IE, looks like IE7 uses ClearType by default, but you need to turn it on system-wide for other programs to use it in Windows XP. It’s cool right
Just thought to share this simple trick with you all, might be the minor one but
if you are not aware of it then guess
Share the same with the techies, if they are facing the same problem…..