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Cfont Pro: Font Manager for Windows

Windows own font manager (?) gives only basic functions, installing, uninstalling and repairing a font (fonts) is normally difficult. As these functions are most important, especially to designers, an easy to use font manager has a vital role to play. Cfont Pro is a free font manager for Windows that allows you to manage fonts in a simple interface.

The program lets you view currently installed fonts on your system, lets you install new fonts by searching on the system, uninstall fonts that you don’t want (important to speed up your OS) or you can repair some common problems that can happen to the font registry key.

Cfont Pro works with Windows XP and Vista and supports most of the font types such as TrueType, Open Type, Bitmap, and Postscript Type. You can download the program from here.


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