To find stored fonts in the Windows 10, please start the MS Explorer to install, or uninstall the Windows Fonts!
1.) ... Find and open the Fonts Folder in Windows 10!
2.) ... Copy a font eg install from another folder on Windows-10!
See also: ► change the language ► auto startup folder in Windows 10 ► notepad in windows 10 ► ... FontViewOK
shell:fonts or %WINDIR%/Fonts !
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Please use drag&drop or copy and paste to install the new fonts for Windows 10, or [Del] to uninstall fonts!
In Windows-10 Fonts Overview, you can also change the System Font size or Adjust Clear Type text!
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At this point, you can create a Desktop Shortcut for the System-Fonts-Folder on the Windows-10 Desktop, it is very easy,
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HOT-TIP: ... FontViewOK !
Tip: To delete a font, open the Windows 10 fonts folder. Click the font you want to delete. To select more than one font at a time in Windows 10 explorer, press and hold down the Ctrl button while you click each font.
Tip: Right-click the font you want to install and click install. You can also install a font by dragging it into the Fonts Control Panel page in Windows 10 Explorer View. See also: Uninstall fonts from Windows-10 (remove, delete)?
Despite the abundance of preinstalled fonts in Windows 10, some Windows users, especially those involved in design, graphics, advertising, and printing, often require the installation of additional fonts, for example, imported from third-party applications or created for business purposes. What could be easier than installing fonts on Windows 10? But some users of Windows 10 even sometimes need help solving such a task, the information in this FAQ provides the solution to the font theme here!
There is also a problem with this font smoothing that should not be forgotten.
► How can I disable ClearType in Windows 8.1 or 10?
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Fonts are ordinary files with a specific extension. For fonts that support Windows 10, the .ttf extension is the TrueType font, and the .otf extension is OpenType. Sometimes a font can consist of several similar files that define the outline of the same font. Before you install a font on your system, you can see what the font looks like. After opening the file, just double-click on the file with the font to see what the font looks like and check if the font matches the font!
► Uninstall fonts from Windows-10 (remove, delete)!
FAQ 50: Updated on: March 26th 2018 20:32