Font smoothing (“clear type”) uses the subpixel layout of a monitor to work. If the subpixel layout is opposite the way that font smoothing is implemented on an OS, then it actually has the opposite effect and makes it blurrier. Apparantly windows can accommodate either layout with clear type, but some software (such as adobe acrobat) overrides this setting and assumes an RGB layout.
Remember that this effect is OS wide - including the web browser.
MacOS does not have the ability to accommodate a BGR layout. Linux probably does but it will undoubtedly vary between distros, and I would assume you’d have the same issues with some apps not responding to this.
Some have taken to physically turning their monitors upside down to resolve the problem. It works but… Well then you have a new set of problems lol.
I triple-boot macOS, windows, and Linux, so this matters to me.