Windows XP provides a host of fonts that you can use to enhance your documents both onscreen and in printed form. When you install certain applications, you'll find that even more fonts have been added to your operating system. Even so, you may still have a longing for more fonts.
Check out Dafont, which offers a huge repository of fonts available as freeware, shareware, demo versions, or public domain, that you can download and install at will. If you know what you want, you'll appreciate the fact that the fonts are sorted alphabetically, by author, and by themes. If you're just browsing, check out the new fonts and top 100 sections. What makes this site even more intriguing is that you can type in your own text and see what it looks like in any of the available fonts.
Note: This tip applies to both Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional.
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Greg Shultz is a freelance Technical Writer. Previously, he has worked as Documentation Specialist in the software industry, a Technical Support Specialist in educational industry, and a Technical Journalist in the computer publishing industry.