>>893327>I dunno about your WindowMaker screenshot though.
Looks perfect to me. Do you have your monitor sideways or inverted? Do you have a weird BGR monitor? Do you have exceptionally strong glasses?
There are a few things that will fuck cleartype (and its knockoffs) up, and some of them are fixable.
Go draw a one-pixel white line on a black background in mspaint (or equivalent), then examine the screen up close or with a magnifier. You should have three parallel subpixel lines that are red/green/blue left-to-right. If you're seeing lots of subpixels, your desktop is not at your monitor's native resolution. If you're seeing B/G/R, G/R/B, etc. you need to change the settings of your subpixel font rendering to accommodate your monitor.
Obviously if your monitor's sideways, or your have milton glasses, you're fucked.