Enabling Windows® Aero in Windows® Vista®
Are you curious to know about Windows Aero feature in Windows Vista and the tips to enable it?
Windows Vista is one of the latest releases of operating system from Microsoft Corporation. Windows Vista can be used on personal computers, laptops, netbooks and media center PCs. Windows Vista comes with many new features, such as support for visual style dubbed Aero, a redesigned search function, etc. In Windows Vista many type of shortcut keys are included. The communication features of Windows Vista include the Distribution Center, Internet Explorer, remote desktop connection, Sync Center and wireless networking. Windows Vista provides easy accessibility and it also helps to increase the productivity. Windows Vista provides many multimedia and entertainment features, such as the Photo Gallery, Windows Media Center, Windows Media Player and Windows Movie Maker. It offers some excellent security features, such as BitLocker encryption, Windows Defender, Windows Firewall and Windows Security Center.
Following are need and benefits of Windows Aero feature in Windows Vista and tips to enable it:
- Windows Aero feature in Windows Vista
- Need to enable Windows Aero
- Tips to enable
Windows Aero feature in Windows Vista
Windows Aero is a graphical user interface. Aero stands for Authentic, Energetic Reflective and Open. Windows Aero is introduced by Microsoft to provide cleaner, efficient and aesthetic effects. It projects transparencies and provides a new level of attractiveness.
Need to enable Windows Aero
Windows Aero helps to produce great visual effects. Aero graphics can be used for animations. Windows Aero in Windows Vista provides transparent glass design with delicate window animations and new window colors. In Windows Vista, the performance of games and movies are decided by the speed of the graphics card and the amount of memory.
In order to enable the Aero graphics in Windows Vista, first right click on the empty portion of the Windows Vista desktop and then click on the 'Personalize' option. Then, click on the 'Color and Appearance' tab. At the bottom of the Color and Appearance window, click on the 'Classic Appearance Properties' for additional color options. Select the Windows Aero as the new scheme and then click on the ‘Apply’ button and then click ‘Ok’.