Get 30 New Fonts For Your PC, Completely Free.

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If you feel as if your documents need a new look, it's time to change your font.  Although Windows comes with loads of fonts by default, it's easy to install new ones.  Just download or buy a font file, which normally comes in TTF or OTF format, then right-click on that file to install it.  And once you've installed your new font, it'll be available from all of your Windows applications.  
 
If I've whetted your appetite for the idea of getting some new fonts, here's a quick and easy way to get 30 of them completely free.  Head to https://hypefortype.wishpond.com/30-free-fonts/ and enter your email address, and they'll send you a link to a zip file that you can download.  Unzip that file and you'll find 30 new fonts, ready to install.  To see a preview of the font, just double-click on its TTF or OTF file.  If you like it, right-click the file to install it.
 
The zip file is around 1.5 MB and is malware-free according to Virus Total and Web of Trust.
 

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I wish they had put these fonts all in one folder instead of each one in its individual folder. But hey, free.

Fonts are one of my weaknesses, and after getting these 30 free ones I went through and uninstalled a few ....dozen....that I'll never use again. They take up time and HDD space.

And it also bears mentioning that of course these fonts also work in Linux.

I prefer to add individual fonts as the need arises. There are lots of good free font sites where you can search by category..
1001freefonts.com and dafont.com are a couple I like.

Just like you, but I use DaFont.com. Looks like a sister site of 1001freefonts , IDK.

Thank you. Great sites. Bookmarked :D

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Thank you, guys! :-)

hopefully, thanks to this very nice article I now know how to make these new fonts operational - I didn't realize it was a 2-step process,

If your using Microsoft Office or an open source equivalent you already have more fonts than you would ever need so this in really nothing but an invitation to add bloatware to your computer.

If you don't want to wait for the email link to be sent to you, you can simply click on the download link that opens in a new tab after submitting your email addy. Many thanks for the info, Rob.