We all know that we can customize the font smoothness in Windows with ClearType Text built into Windows 7, but with gdipp can make your windows font more clearer and smoother…
Here’s Screenshot of Default Windows 7 Font rendering configured with ClearType text
and here’s a preview of Windows Font rendering with gdipp
So, what is gdipp?
The gdipp (codename) project is a replacement of the Windows text render, which brings to you the effect of text like Mac OS and Linux distributions. It is easy to use with ignorable overhead, and it is fully customizable.
gdipp Project supports both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7/Vista. You can install 32-bit and 64-bit components separately. The 32-bit components only renders 32-bit applications, while the 64-bit components only renders 64-bit applications in 64-bit Windows.
Note: Make sure to create a restore point 1st before installing.
If you are having problems with some applications after gdipp was installed, this might help you.
1. Uninstall gdipp from Add or Remove Programs, Restart your PC.
2. Re-install gdipp and use Registry mode from the Installation options, before restarting follow the procedure below.
If you have Windows 7 64bit:
Copy gdipp_common_64.dll, gdipp_common_32.dll, gdimm_64.dll and gdimm_32.dll from C:Program Files (x86)gdipp to C:WindowsSysWOW64
If you have Windows 7 32bit:
Copy gidpp_common_32.dll and gdimm_32.dll from C:Program Filesgdipp