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Chapter 8. Changing the Look and Feel of... > Customizing Windows' Visual Elements

Customizing Windows' Visual Elements

Windows Me enables you to adjust colors, fonts, and other settings for a dizzying array of interface elements, including windows, icons, menus, title bars, and the desktop. You can choose preset collections of settings called schemes, or you can adjust each element individually and save the personalized result as a scheme of its own.

Tweaking the default Windows interface can make Windows easier to work with. If you have trouble reading text, for example, you can bump up the size of the text used in menus and title bars. Changing the colors of text and backgrounds can improve readability, as well. You also can personalize the Windows interface by adding scanned or saved graphic images to your desktop.


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