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The Clear Type feature in Windows improves the quality of font display on your computer screen to it is easier to read.
Clear type tuning was developed by Microsoft to improve the quality of fonts in various settings so the user can best view text on the computer screen, When you run the ClearType application you are presented with several boxes of text with different variations on the font view. The user selects the most legible and clear font which applies this to all text for any application in Windows XP. In Windows Vista ClearType is enabled by default. Although ClearType affects how text looks on a computer monitor, it does not affect anything printed.
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