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accepted How to disable the “highlight changes” feature?
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asked How to disable the “highlight changes” feature?
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comment Can I use aliasing (e.g. “4xAA”, etc.) provided by 3D graphic cards to make my desktop look better?
I'd say it could still be improved, just look at tons of Windows XP out there (yes it's old, but still in use, and no, it doesn't look great). Or in case of Linux I've often seen issues like "application xyz won't render fonts correctly", forcing you to e.g. tweak configuration files. I know this is perhaps a bit utopic, but it seems a hardware-based solution provided by the graphics driver would work regardless of the underlying system. Finally, couldn't "unnecessarily taxing gpu" be seen as "conveniently untaxing the Cpu"?
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asked Can I use aliasing (e.g. “4xAA”, etc.) provided by 3D graphic cards to make my desktop look better?