Ubuntu: Optimize Font Rendering for Viewing on LCDs and Laptops

Posted May 14, 2007 by Rob Rogers in Linux

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By setting Ubuntu’s font rendering to utilize subpixel smoothing so that text is displayed clearer on LCD screens and laptops. To change Ubuntu’s font rendering:

1. Click System, mouseover Preferences and select Font. The Font Preferences window will appear.

2. Under Font Rendering, select Subpixel smoothing.

3. Click Close.


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