Re: [desktop]Â Real users experience.
Craig Dickson <email@example.com> wrote:
> Anthony DeRobertis wrote:
>> Hmmm? Windows doesn't (last time I checked, which was yesterday) do
>> anti-aliased fonts, at least on XP.
> Of course it does. It isn't a new XP feature, either; Windows has had AA
> fonts at least sine Win2k/ME, possibly even Win98 or 98SE (I forget).
Since Windows95. Initially you needed to buy the Plus!-package for AA,
but since 95 OSR2 it is included, but probably disabled by default.