One of the new features most talked about in Windows Vista is the Aero interface. Aero Basic is the default interface in Vista. Aero Glass is the high end version that is only available with the right video card. To enable Aero Glass, your computer must be equipped with a 3D video card that supports DirectX 9 and has a Longhorn Display Driver Model (LDDM) driver.
Aero Glass should be enabled by default if your video card supports it. If it is not enabled, you can turn Aero Glass on using the steps listed below:
- Right click your desktop and click Personalize.
- Select Windows Color and Appearance.
- From the list of color schemes, click Windows Vista Aero.
- Click OK.
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