The gdipp (codename) project is a replacement of the Windows default text render, which brings to you the effect of text like Mac OS and Linux distributions. It is easy to use with unnoticeable overhead, and it is fully customizable.
The project is originated as the relaunch of the suspended gdi++.dll project. Like the InkStone project, we found the source code of gdi++.dll project too complex to manage, and decide to start over a new code base. The goal of gdipp project is to continue the development of gdi++, expand functionality, improve performance, provide better compatibility for the current and future Windows versions (potentially at the cost of removing compatibility for old Windows), create detailed and formal documentation, as well as tools to help using it.
gdipp Project supports both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7/Vista. You can install 32-bit and 64-bit components separately. The 32-bit components only renders 32-bit applications, while the 64-bit components only renders 64-bit applications in 64-bit Windows. Both components share the same setting file. gdipp may also work correctly on Windows XP and 2003. However, due to the significant difference in the system architectures, the rendering could be less stable and compatible. We do not recommend you to choose the "Windows Service" and "Registry" load modes. gdi++ or ezgdi are alternative choices.
gdipp - 64bit software