The Command Prompt in Windows comes with only a limited selection of fonts. This shows how you can add your favorite custom fonts to the Command Prompt.
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Have you ever wanted to change the fonts on a Wordpress website? It can be challenging when the font you want doesn’t come with your theme. Here is how you can do so.
When you use a custom font in a Word document, your co-worker might not be able to view it. Learn how to embed a font in Microsoft Word so the style is the same everywhere.
You come across a beautiful image with text on it and you want to know what font it is. Check out these tools to help you identify fonts used in images.
Wondering about the difference between OpenType and TrueType? This article explains the difference between these two most common font formats to help you choose the best one for your needs.
Looking for some cool, unique typefaces to help jazz up your Web and graphic designs? Here are a few fonts worth checking out that you probably don’t know about.
In this article you will learn how to create your own Truetype, OTF, etc. fonts on a Mac using free tools, including tips on the black art of font design.
Looking to expand your fonts library? Here are some of the top places where you can download free licensed fonts for personal and commercial use.
Did you realize the long list of fonts that Microsoft include in Windows? Why? Let’s explain why does Windows have so many fonts.
Courier New is the most popular variant of the monospace typeface. Here are 3 free versions of Courier to spice up your working environment right now.
If you have installed plenty of fonts and find that you can’t delete them later, follow these steps to delete fonts using the Windows registry.
While Mac OSX comes with many fonts for you to choose, finding the right one can be a tedious job. Here are 4 ways to preview fonts in OSX.
WhatFont is a Chrome extension that will identify the fonts used on any web page, just by hovering your mouse over them. No more web font guessing!
Instead of manually download and install Google fonts on your system, you can now make use of TypeCatcher to easily install Google Fonts in Ubuntu.
Fonts play an important part of a website. If a particular website has font that irks you, you can now make use of Font Changer to change the font on the Web.
Font Book is the area of the Mac where you are able to view, delete, and download new fonts. It’s an aspect of Mac that not all users discover. In this article, we will go through the Font Book in details and let you know what you can do with it.
If you are not a fan of one of GNOME 3’s default fonts, for example the Cantarell font, it is possible to replace it. The following shows how to change the fonts in GNOME 3.
Have you ever spent hours trying to perfect your résumé in Microsoft Word, only to want to throw your computer out the window? Today I’m going to tell you about a better, and ultimately easier, way to design a professional résumé with LaTeX.