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How can I installed fonts (fonts) remove,uninstall or install?




Method 1.

1. Open the folder "C:\Windows\fonts".
2. Remove the fonts, you do not need.

Method 2.

Go to Start, then Settings, then Control Panel


Click the item Fonts


Now install or uninstal the fonts that you need or not need ;) !


FAQ 1: Updated on: March 31th 2014 10:11
FAQ: Windows System (General)
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