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Overcoming Font Overload in Windows

We all like to install fonts however when the number gets above 1,000 your PC will start to SLOOOW down loads this will also slow down programs that use system fonts like Adobe Photoshop so it's a good idea to keep the number of installed fonts below 400. If you do this you will find your system and programs will start faster and run much smoother.
Does this mean you have to give up all your favorite fonts? Not necessarily... There are a few things you can do to have the best of both worlds. The best way is to use a fontmanager there are a few here are some of the best
Font Frenzy has the added use and will allow you to revert back to system defaults, otherwize use this procedure posted at FileFrontForums

Fonts Utilities
Bitstream Font Navigator (Corel)
Font Frenzy (Sound Doctorine Ministry)
Shelltools (Moon Software)
Adobe Type Manager Lite (Adobe)
Fix Font Folder (High Logic)


Font Viewers
NexusFont (Xiles)

AMP Font Viewer (Ampsoft)
Advanced Font Viewer (Styopkin)

Microsoft Typography Tools
Font Validator
OTF File Extension
Web embedding fonts tool (III)







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my presario 700 is soooo slooow


Have you cleared the temporary internet files? Also, download ccleaner (its free) this will delete unneeded files from the registry. You should also run and antivirus and antispyware program followed by defragging the hard drive. That should improve your speed.

Jan 27, 2009 | Compaq Presario 700 470024-192 Notebook

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slow


There are few possible reasons: 1. The drive is full and fragmeted Solution: Try deleting unwanted files and burn the bulky files to a CD/DVD disk will reduce disk load. Do a deragmentation. [right click a disk drive to see properties > defragmentation.] 2. Too much softwares installed or large number of fonts installed. Solution: Install only required number of programs and fonts. Uninstall unused programs. 3. Viruses or malware affected.Your PC may be infected with viruses or malwares Solution: In this case install a good antivirus program and perform a full system scan. Also try some powerful spyware detecters. This will help reduce risk. 4. Too much servces running in the background. Solution: To reduce the number of services starting at windows startup go to > Right click > My computer > Select manage > select servoces In this tab see all the services running with windows start up. right click any service that you don't want and change its properties to manual or disabled. you can also delete the startup progams from Start > All programs > startup just delete the programs that you do not want at start up. this could solve your problem

Oct 04, 2007 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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