According to a Microsoft Documentation page on ClearType, the registry values that control it are located under “HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Avalon.Graphics\display names”. However, we cannot find a registry folder named “Avalon.Graphics” or anything similar on our Windows 10 machines. We are trying to locate the keys that are responsible for controlling ClearType settings.

We have already set the keys for FontSmoothing and FontSmoothingGamma to 2 and 1200 respectively, in a different location (HKCU\Control Panel\Desktop) for enabling FontSmoothing, but we are still experiencing pixelated fonts throughout the system. It appears that something has changed and these keys are no longer the only values required to fix the issue.

Askify Moderator Edited question April 30, 2023