X is a powerful GUI environment, and Linux distributions usually do a good job of implementing a basic X configuration. Some X details, though, may benefit from post-installation modification. Fonts represent one area of potential improvement, particularly if you have a personal collection of fonts you want to use. Video drivers, including 3D acceleration features, may also benefit from modification, although Linux usually sets the basic video driver correctly. Finally, X is very flexible in its video mode settings; you can create a custom video mode that runs at just about any resolution or refresh rate you like, within the limits of your hardware. Setting a custom video mode can be tricky, but some tools can help you accomplish these goals.

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