How to Install and Manage Fonts in Windows 10

By: Ivan Jenic
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Install and manage new fonts in Windows 10

  1. Use the Fonts folder in Control Panel
  2. Download fonts from the Microsoft Store
  3. Other sources to download fonts from
  4. Managing your fonts

1. Use the Fonts folder in Control Panel

There are two ways to install new fonts in Windows 1. You can add them simply by installing them, or putting them in the Fonts folder in Control Panel. Your fonts are packed in .otf files and these files have an installing option, so just right-click on the font you want to install, and choose Install. If you want to add your font manually, here’s what you need to do:

  1. Go to Search, type fonts and open Fonts
  2. Drag your font file to Fonts folder and wait until the installation is complete

2. Download fonts from the Microsoft Store

You can also download and install Windows 10 fonts from the Microsoft Store. There are many resources that you can use to add new fonts on your computer.

For example, the Fonts app lets you customize your posts and replies on social media using a wide variety of fonts.

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You can write in different styles and your text will definitely stand out in the crowd. You can also rotate your text if you want to puzzle your friends.

You can download the Fonts app from the Microsoft Store.

3. Other sources to download fonts from

If you want to find some new, cool fonts, just search the internet a little bit, as there are a tons of sites offering beautiful fonts for free. We would recommend Fontspace or 1001 Free Fonts, because these sites are really huge free fonts ba1e.

4. Managing your fonts

Once installed, you can manage your fonts. You can preview them to make sure that you really like them, hide them if you’re not planning on using them any time soon or you can simply delete them.

  1. To manage your fonts, go to Start > type ‘fonts’ > double click on the first result
  2. The fonts window will now open, as seen in the screenshot belowmanage fonts windows 10
  3. Select the font that you want to manage and click on the option of your choice

There you go, with just a few simple steps, you have new fonts installed on your computer, ready to decorate your project or other kind of work. Adding fonts was a little bit complicated in previous versions of Windows, but since Windows 7 it’s been a piece of cake, and things are still the same in Windows 10 Technical Preview.

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As we already showed you, managing your fonts is as easy as installing them. Just go to above-mentioned Fonts folder in Control Panel, where you can preview, add, delete or even print your fonts.

If you have some additional comments or questions, please write the down in the comments section below, we would love to hear them.

Read Also: How to Completely Remove Microsoft Office in Windows 10


Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in May 2015 and has been since completely revamped and updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.


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