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How to Install Windows Fonts Tutorial
How to Install Windows Fonts tutorial with simple, detailed font installation instructions for Windows 11, 10, 8, and 7 explained step-by-step for people who have no idea how to install windows fonts.
We made this tutorial in an easy-to-understand manner for people that want to install windows fonts but don't know their way around their computer very well. It is easy to install windows fonts using our step-by-step tutorial. Download free fonts from our free fonts collection
then come back here to learn how to install windows fonts.
How to Install Fonts in Windows 11, 10, 8, 7, and Vista
First, you need to extract the fonts from the zip files. Next, read the .txt files for the .ttf files you will be installing. Use one of the following two methods listed.
- Method 1
Right-click the font file, then choose install.
- Method 2
You can also go to the Control Panel, double-click Fonts, then drag the files into that folder.
How to Install Fonts in Windows XP, XP SP1, XP SP2, and XP SP3
First, you need to unzip and extract the fonts, read the .txt files. Then you will be installing the .ttf files. XP has a built-in unzipping tool to unzip the .zip files you downloaded from us. Extract them to a temporary folder that you can create on your desktop. From that temporary folder, please drag and drop your font files or navigate to it to install the files. Use one of the following three methods listed.
- Method 1
Go to Start, then Control Panel. Double-click Fonts. Choose File from the menu bar, then Install New Font. From the Add Fonts, dialogue box navigate to the location of your installed fonts and click OK.
- Method 2
You can also get to the Control Panel by double-clicking My Computer.
- Method 3
Go to Start, then Programs, then Accessories, click Windows Explorer. Double-click the C hard drive. Double-click Windows, then double-click Fonts. Depending upon how many fonts you have installed, it may be slow to open. Drop the extracted fonts into the open Fonts Window. If it comes up and says to uninstall the font first, it means you already have that font installed, or Windows has another font with the same name. Either click the font in the Font Window and delete the old font or click OK to disregard it. You can drop more than one font into the Font Window at a time.