Posted by: kurtsh | September 27, 2006

INFO: How to make Windows Vista fonts look uniform & clean

Wow.  Chris Pirillo got so ticked off about the inconsistencies in UI & menu look-and-feel in Windows Vista that he wrote a quick registry fix that redirects OS requests for Tahoma, Arial, Times Roman, and other "legacy fonts" to the new Windows Vista "Segoe UI" font. 

Folks – this REALLY looks good.  I’m surprised that they didn’t choose to do this in the first place.  Who knows – maybe they will.  The point is that it doesn’t hurt any of your documents since it’s just the menus and stuff and it really makes Windows Vista look consistent and clean.  Give it a try!

DOWNLOAD:  Chris Pirillo’s Vista Fonts Fix


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