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* Clearing My Fonts *

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by r1ft, Jul 19, 2007.

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  1. r1ft

    r1ft Thread Starter

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    Heya,

    My bud recently sent a huge abundance of his fonts in which I installed to my /window/fonts folder. There are way too many. I wanted to know if anyone knew how I could basicly reformat my fonts folder, (delete all of extra fonts and go back to only the default fonts) so that I could install only the certain fonts I want.

    Note: When ever I open the fonts folder my computer gets very laggy and I have tried deleting all of the fonts but it won't allow me to delete them all and again as I said its so laggy. I was hoping there was an easier way around this.

    If anyone could please help me out that would be great!

    Thanks!
     
  2. thehorace

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    Download a program like font fitting room.
    Move all your fonts to that folder.
    Then open up F.F.R and browse to the folder
    Select the fonts and click install ;)
     
  3. r1ft

    r1ft Thread Starter

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    o: Thanks I'll try this!
     
  4. r1ft

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    SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEET, got it thanks man.
     
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