Add and change fonts in Windows XP
Bored with the default Windows fonts? Want to add fonts or change fonts on your Windows XP machine? This video will show you how to add a new font and then use it as the font for the Windows title bar. Using the techniques demonstrated, you can change the fonts for all the other Windows elements too.
Note – if you use the Windows skinning utility Windowblinds, you should change fonts using Windowblinds own font tool, rather than the Windows appearance settings shown in the video. Fonts must be installed the same way as shown in the video however.
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As shown in the video, the appearance settings window allows you to change fonts for the following Windows elements:-
“Active Title Bar”
“Inactive Title Bar”
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