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From Skyrim Mods, Tips, and Recommendation Guide [1.1] http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/615805-the-elder-scrolls-v-skyrim/65105906
=============================== << ENB Presets [ENBmods] >> =============================== ENB is a graphic mod that enhances post processing effects to make games look better graphically. Itís really hard to describe ENB mods with words, so I will list some of the most popular ENBs here and you can judge yourself by looking at the screenshots provided on the modís respective pages. First you will have to get the binary files (source files) for ENB on itís site [http://www.enbdev.com/download_mod_tesskyrim.htm] Note that some ENBs use different ENB versions respectively. So consult on the modís page to see what ENB version it is using. ENBs generally require good graphic cards (GPU) to run properly, so expect performance drops (even if you have a really good GPU, performance drops will still be there no matter what).
A modification of graphical effects--mostly light and shadow to the game. Many of them can add additional effects like depth of field and film grain/blur etc. Some of them can be very taxing to your system or cause problems with stability but the difference to the game world and lighting is almost night and day in some scenarios.
It's rare to get one with features that are actually tailored to your personal preferences so you may have to experiment with them and turn on/off what features you don't like. It's fairly easy to remove them without too much trouble if they are too much for your system or are giving you glitches/crashes so feel free to experiement.