Access the Font Control Panel by typing “fonts” in the Windows Search field to the right of the Start button.
Select the top folder named “Fonts – Control Panel.”
Now, you will see a list of available fonts. Simply drag any TrueType font file to the main window that contains all other installed fonts.
When you drag and drop the font you wish to use, you will be alerted with an “installing font” message.
At this point, the selected font is installed.
To delete fonts, just select one of the fonts and then click delete.
It is important to remember not to delete fonts that are used by the system such as Microsoft Sans Serif and Tahoma.
Fourth Step- System-Wide Changes
If you desire to make system-wide changes to font settings, find the toolbar to the left side of the Font Control Panel.
Here, for example, you can change the font size for menus and icons.
Corrupted fonts can occur and may need to be deleted.
If your system contains a large number of fonts, it may slow performance.
To help prevent, manage, and fix these issues and fonts, it is recommended to install a font management program such as NexusFont Q or Font Runner Q.
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