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    After Installing IE9,it may make some web site's font's look fuzzy.

    If,by chance that IE9 makes some web site's font's look fuzzy to you.Try this;
    "Hardware Acceleration" (GPU Rendering) is the most interesting and important feature of IE9. It was introduced to increase performance of IE but some IE users might want to disable it as the text might not look well on their screens.
    If you also want to disable Hardware Acceleration feature in IE9, following trick will help you:
    1. Open IE9 and click on Tools icon. Now click on "Internet Options".
    2. Go to "Advanced" tab and enable "Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering" option.
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    I read an article that said this issue usually manifested on systems with an older video card.

    Joe
    Last edited by JoeP517; 2011-03-16 at 09:08.

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    Point taken,Joe.But nowadays who has the money to upgrade a video card just so they can run the latest browser?Besides most people have a package deal such as,Dell,Hp,etc.Some people don't have the knowledge to do an upgrade.That or they are running an integrated mother board.
    Last edited by chowur; 2011-03-16 at 00:07. Reason: correct spelling.
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    I understand the issue and am not suggesting that people upgrade their video card. That is a personal choice and there is the workaround you documented. I posted that just to try and add a little clarity.

    Joe

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