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Removing Fonts

Fonts take up a lot of disk space and slow down the startup of Windows. If your disk space is a premium and if you have lots of fonts you rarely or never use, you can follow the steps in this To Do item to remove some of them. Often, today's word processing and desktop publishing programs add more fonts to your system than you'll ever use.

To Do: Removing Fonts from Windows

  1. Open the Control Panel window.

  2. Open the Fonts icon.

  3. Scroll to the font you want to delete.

  4. Click the font you want to delete; Windows highlights the font. If you hold the Ctrl key while you click, you can select more than one font to delete. By selecting several at once, you can remove the fonts with one task instead of removing each one individually.

  5. Right-click over any highlighted font to display the menu.

  6. Select Delete.

  7. Click the Yes button to confirm the removal.


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