Notepad++ is one of the best text editors around for code, but its default view is hard on the eyes. Thankfully that problem isn’t hard to fix.
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Is the text on your Android smartphone display too small? Here’s how to increase the font size and make it easier for you to read.
Are you a designer looking for some professional free web fonts? Google is offering up their 500+ repository of web fonts free of charge. Learn how to get them inside.
Gmail has custom themes and label colors to make certain emails really stand out. Outlook 2010 can do something similar with the inbox reading pane, and it adds even more fancy customization.
Do you have a favorite font that you like to write all of your essays, TPS reports, and other documents in? Do you have to manually select that font every time you load up Microsoft Word? If so, then you are probably getting sick of constantly changing it. After all, the font list in Word […]
There are many moments where you need to install new fonts, in order to give a document a personal feel, for example. If you want to do that, here is how to add fonts in Windows 7. A big problem appears, though, when you have too many fonts installed on your system (for example, after […]
When you’re working on a project, and you want to give it an original feel, a custom font can be useful. In Windows 7, Microsoft added an easy to use user interface for installing and managing fonts which is a nice upgrade over the previous drag and drop method we had in Windows Vista and XP. Downloading […]