View Installed Fonts On Your Computer With Fonticate
By on July 30th, 2008

Fonts are something that help you decorate text in the way you want it to, almost every application you use has a option to choose and change the way text is displayed, by using different fonts. But how many fonts are installed on your system? How does each font display text?

If you are asking yourself this question, we have found a easy way in which you can see all the installed fonts on your system, and also see how the text would display in different fonts without having to open a editor or application.

Fonticate is a nifty little utility, which runs out of the box without any installation, and displays all the fonts installed on your system, with a preview to how the text will display when you use those fonts.

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Go ahead and download Fonticate to see which fonts are installed on your system.

Download Fonticate [Fonticate Homepage]

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