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How can I download fonts to Windows 10? [Quick Guide]


These can range from funny and downright wacky fonts to serious and stylized fonts that you can use in formal letters. Whichever the case, here are some of the ways you can get new fonts on your Windows 10 PC.


How do I download more fonts on Windows 10?

1. Use a third-party font repository

Fonts can be easily downloaded online from websites, but most of them come with restrictions. That being the case, an almost limitless library of fonts of all kinds can be a God-send.

That is where a service like Adobe Fonts can definitely come in handy. This online service offers a subscription library of high-quality fonts of all kinds and styles that you can use freely.

More so, this service is usually subscription-based, but you can now test it out for free for 7 days without any limitation, and without needing any credit card information.

Adobe Fonts

Adobe Fonts

Download and use the best high-quality fonts with the Adobe Fonts online service.

2. Install fonts directly from Microsoft Store

Instead of downloading font files and then installing them from all kinds of websites, you can download Arial font for Windows 10 and other fonts straight from Microsoft Store with just a simple click.

The Arial Nova font was already spotted in Microsoft Store. You can check it out for yourself, and you’ll notice that it’s a subtle redesign of the traditional Arial family.

This is most likely suitable for document headings and paragraphs. The Arial Nova font description also states that these fonts are designed for languages that use the Latin script.

Regarding the introduction of language packs in the Store, Microsoft uploaded a series of language packs included Catalan, Russian, Valencian and more.

Note: Users are advised that after they install the language app, they select the Launch button to navigate to Windows’ Settings app.


By following these steps, you should be able to now download fonts on Windows 10 easily and without restrictions.



This post was written by Ivan Jenic and was first posted to WindowsReport



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