Using the computer is more than just getting things done. It is a complete and engaging experience which must also be enjoyable. Visual effects are therefore essential so that the experience does not become boring. The beauty of this is that Windows 10 has many features to enhance this experience. There are a multitude of pallets specially designed for different tastes and which have quite varied attractions. Let's take a closer look at the basics of these visual effects. the default fonts. Here's how to personalize it into something that has personal and appealing appeal to each user.
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Saving registry settings
First, run the following commands to ensure a backup for restoring the original settings. This is important in the event of an error.
- Press 'windows' and the R key.
- Type regedit in the resulting box and enter to execute.
- On the resulting panel, click on the file, then select export and save it to the desired location.
Previous versions of Windows 10 were much easier to manipulate and change fonts by simply opening the control panel in the control menu and selecting the font offered to set as the default font. Users who have not really updated their software can still do so (essentially those who have not connected the device to a functional network connection because these updates are generally automatic and it is easy not to notice them) . Also note that customization is only possible in an activated Windows 10.
- Click on the start menu in the lower left corner of the screen and select the control panel to display the available options.
- Locate the "Appearance" or "Personalization" panel and select it with a normal double-click movement.
- There is a subtitle inside of it, titled Fonts, usually in the list on the left of the screen, select it.
- Several available fonts will appear on the screen with sample text describing its use. Select the one that interests you from the options.
- Then enter the following code in the Notepad app.
Segoe UI (TrueType) =
Segoe UI Bold (TrueType) =
Segoe UI Bold Italic (TrueType) =
Segoe UI Italic (TrueType) =
Segoe UI Light (TrueType) =
Segoe UI Semibold (TrueType) =
Segoe user interface symbol (TrueType) =
Segoe UI = NewFont
- In the last position of the code, replace the text "newfont" with the name of the desired font.
- Launch the save option from the list at the top of the list and proceed to save as a .reg file, as all files.
- Now double-click on the file you just created to merge it with the registry and confirm the action when requested by the application.
- When finished, simply close all applications and restart the computer.
These font changes are customizable to provide better visual quality in just about every aspect of the user interface, be it pop-up messages, name tags and much more! The new appearance will take effect as soon as the machine restarts and you will be able to enjoy the new appearance. If you are not satisfied with the results and want to try a different look, simply repeat the process and select the replacement font.
It is very important to exercise caution when dealing with the Windows registry. It is a very powerful tool that can easily affect the performance of the device or even cause serious performance and operating problems if performed improperly. To be sure:
- Be sure to create a backup restore point just before executing the desired font changes in the registry, in case anything goes as described. This will protect your data and contribute to perfect recovery.
- Make sure you understand the instructions before attempting the changes. If in doubt, first consult an IT expert.