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A guide to customizing fonts in Windows 11

A guide to customizing fonts in Windows 11

Most people use Microsoft’s operating systems, and those who use the latest one, Windows 11, might want to refresh the way it looks. It isn’t too different from the previous versions, but some people hoped it would be.

However, we have some good news for you if you are a Windows 11 user. If you are looking for a way to customize the look of your desktop, you are in the right place.

You can take three easy steps to change your Windows 11 default font and make your PC look and feel unique. Here’s how you can do it.

Download fonts from the Microsoft Store

The first way to change your Windows 11 font might be the simplest. Open your settings and go to personalization. You will find a font section where you can choose from various fonts Microsoft offers.

You can click on the option “Get More Fonts in Microsoft Store” to, you guessed it, get more fonts. You can also find suggestions on the best Windows fonts available. There, you can see all the fonts that are available for download. You can choose whichever font you like and install it with a single click.

However, when downloading your font from anywhere else than the Microsoft Store, use a protective layer to keep your data safe and secure because someone might try to steal it during transmission. Additionally, you might end up visiting fraudulent websites, offering assets as bait. Using a reliable VPN for Windows will do the job and provide more security. Virtual Private Networks encrypt your connection, making it much more immune to snooping. Additionally, some VPNs have additional features for blocking access to potentially dangerous websites.

Another vital thing to remember when downloading fonts from the Microsoft Store is to click on “Download fonts for all languages.” This step might be time-consuming, but at least you won’t have a different font for every language you see.

Download from external sources

If you are not a fan of the fonts in the Microsoft Store, you can also download them from external sources. To do that, you need to find a reliable source, such as Google Fonts. When you find the one you like, download it to your computer.

Once you have the font you want, take the file with the new font, and drag it to the fonts section in the settings. You might need to wait a while for the font to load. Once it loads, you will be able to change the default one.

There are many options for finding fonts. DaFonts is a possible source that you might want to check out before you pick. Also, once you download font files, they will likely be in .zip format. So, the first thing you should do is extract them. You can do it by right-clicking on the file and selecting Extract All. Finally, right-click on the folder containing fonts. Choose Show more options and pick the Install option.

It is also possible to do the same via Settings. Simply pick Personalization and head to Fonts.

Create a Windows registry file

Creating a registry file might be the most complicated, but you won’t have to worry about your PC randomly switching back to the default font.

First, you must choose the font you like, either from those already available on your PC or those you downloaded. Then, write the font’s name on a piece of paper or remember it since you cannot copy it.

Conclusion

The default font of the Windows 11 operating system may not be the best one, and it may have become boring to some users after years of looking at it. After all, it’s the same as on Windows 10. Although the design of the default font is clean and good, people still want to customize it and add more personality to their devices.

Luckily, with the new operating system from Microsoft, you will be able to customize your fonts in no time. You can change your desktop’s appearance by following the easy steps above.

We have presented three different ways to change your font in your Windows 11. However, we need to mention that keeping your PC and your information safe is essential. If you download fonts from the Microsoft Store or any other source, use a VPN to keep your files and privacy safe.

 

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