Re: Windows Aero?
you can turn Aero on (if it is supported on your machine) by right-clicking your Desktop -> Personalize -> "Window Color and Appearance":
- Click "Open classic appearance properties" (in the bottom) -> and choose Windows Aero.
In "Window Color and Appearance again:
- Click "Enable transparency", if it is supported.
You may be able to turn Aero on if the specification of your hardware meets the minimum requirements.
The Window switcher effect (the 3D one you mean) will show up if you press [Windows-key] + TAB.
P. Di Stolfo
"Shane" <Shane@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:4C6D58EA-23C0-48C4-8C88-AD07E33B6EB0@microsoft.com...
> How do I turn it on? I'm not sure but it says here "graphics by NVIDIA". What
> are specs?
> "Tim" wrote:
>> It is...you have to turn it on if it doesn't by itself. But your hardware
>> must meet minimum specifications and you have to have the latest video
>> driver. What are the specs of your PC and video card (or in this case the
>> video chipset)?
>> "Shane" <Shane@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >I recently installed Windows Vista Home Premium on my laptop. The Vista CD
>> > that I received came from HP which was part of the deal when I bought this
>> > laptop. One of the reasons why I wanted to upgrade my OS to Vista was
>> > because
>> > of the cool features, particularly because of the cool "Windows Switcher"
>> > program. After installing Vista, I couldn't find the program. I searched
>> > here
>> > and there for it but I was eventually told that I needed Windows Aero. I
>> > thought the program was already included in the Vista upgrade software?
>> > Please help!