Wednesday, 12 March 2014

How to Install a Font in Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1?

Windows arrives in with namely TrueType fonts and OpenType fonts. They function with a vast range of computers, printers, and programs.
TrueType fonts (.ttf/.ttc) can be scaled up to almost any size and are crystal clear and readable in all sizes. They can be transmitted to any printer or other output device backed up by Windows.
OpenType fonts (.otf) are almost like TrueType fonts, but generally include a much greater elongation of the fundamental character set, such as miniature capitalization, old-style numeric, and more elaborated shapes, such as glyph and ligatures. OpenType fonts are also crystal clear and readable in almost all sizes and can be transmitted to any printer or other output device backed up by Windows.
PostScript fonts are fonts which have been made by Adobe Systems that are smooth, elaborated, and of greater quality. They are usually utilized for printing, particularly professional-quality printing, such as books or magazines.
This article will demonstrate you how to install a font that you have downloaded in Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Steps to Install a Font in Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1
1. Download the font that you want to install.
2. Right click or swipe down on the font, click on Properties, click on the General tab, click on the Unblock button if there, and click on OK.
3. Right-click on the file and click on Install as shown below.
Install Fonts
4. Double click on the .ttf file to open Font type window.
Install Fonts
5. You can cross check that the font is installed or not by viewing if it is enlisted in the Fonts Control Panel page.

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