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Removing Unused Fonts

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There are hundreds of fonts typically installed on your computer, and how many do you actually use? Most people only use a few, leaving the rest taking up space on your computer.

This How-To Article explains how to remove unused fonts off your computer.

Removing Unused Fonts

1. Click the Start button, point Settings and select "Control Panel".

2. Double-click the "Fonts" icon from the Control Panel window.

3. Click (or drag and select) the Font(s) you would like to remove.

4. Press the "Delete" key on your keyboard.

5. From the confirmation that appears, click "Yes" if you are sure you want to remove the font you selected.

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