Changing the default font in Windows is not as easy and require edits to the registry. Follow these steps to easily change the default font in Windows 10.
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If you are looking to save printer ink, one of the ways is to switch to an ink-friendly font. Here are some of the ink-friendly fonts to start you off.
If you don’t like the new font used in OS X, here’s how you can change the default font in El Capitan to Lucida Grande.
DPCustomMono is a font intended solely for proofreading. Read on to learn about its functionality and find out why it’s well worth trying on your OS.
There are numerous monospace fonts included on computers; the Courier family is the most famous. Here’s everything you need to know about this font.
Everyone spends a lot of time using their browser, but not all are happy with the default font. Do you change the default font in your browser?
Typefaces are what make a device look great. If you are tired of the default font on your phone, here is how you can change fonts on Android devices.
Steam’s UI is frequently critiqued for its ugliness. You can easily change the font for better readability. Here are the steps.
TypeWonder makes it easy to preview web fonts on any website in on the fly. Just enter the site URL, choose a font type, and see how the new font looks!
If you don’t like how a website looks, you can now change its font with the Font Changer extension for Chrome. It alters a website’s font face (through Google Web Fonts), type and size.
The Roboto font is a new set of sans-serif font created by Google for the Android 4.0 Ice-Cream Sandwich platform. It is a nice and elegant font that renders well on high resolution screens such as your Android phones and tablets. It contains the full set of font weight (includes regular, bold, italic, and bold […]
Very seldom do we need to work entirely on a console, but for those who do, you might like to change the font or the appearance of the console so it is more pleasing to the eye. Here is how you can do so in Ubuntu.
If you are using WordPress and have recently upgraded to the latest 3.2.x version, you will notice that the font for the HTML editor has changed. In most WordPress upgrade, changes are good, but in this case, the changed font is not web friendly and is straining to the eyes. One of the way to […]
How many of you actually tested your website design on different browsers and computers before you launch the site? I bet few of you do. Do you know that what looks good on one OS (for example, Mac) can really look bad on another, such as Windows? The main reason is because the fonts used […]