Windows 7 Fonts
Fonts are so much more than just text designs. They express so much and sometimes don’t even differ that much from each other. Small changes can have dramatic effects. Microsoft added plenty of new fonts in Windows 7 that you should be aware of, especially if your native language is not using the roman alphabet.
“There are now about as many different varieties of letters as there are different kinds of fools.” Eric Gill
(Download 2000 New Windows 7 Fonts Inside)
Another batch of fonts for Windows 7 is available for download.
To customize your Windows 7 themes, fonts always come in handy!
If you want to tweak Windows 7 you also want to change your fonts. The default Windows 7 fonts might bore you after a while or they don’t fit to your new theme. Fonts always come in handy whenever you want to create something unique. Because there are so many of them, the chances are pretty good that you will stand out from the crowd.
Fonts can be classic, they can be thin, fat, bold elegant or use a comic style. Everything you want your computer to be can be expressed with a font. But enough of this, here are 1000 fonts for Windows 7…
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