THE DAMNED ANTIALIASED TEXT, and other questions
Okay, I just installed Linux today. The first thing I notice when KDE loads up is that every single element of the screen is antialiased. Personally I find antialiased text to be very difficult to read, and after only a few minutes of trying to read the documentation, my eyes began to hurt.
is there a way to disable this nonsense? I just want regular, crisp, clear text.
Also, how does one switch from KDE to GNOME or other desktops. And how do I configure my dialup connection???
The operating system seems extremely non-friendly to newbies, but mainly because it assumes you know how to do things already. I click on a dialup icon, and where Windows might give me a dialog box to set up my connection, KDE tells me to fix such and such somewhere, but doesn't direct me to it.