Knowledgebase: Windows Products
Installing Fonts Using Windows Explorer
Posted by Alex D on 17 July 2017 10:15 AM
If you do not have a font manager such as the Font Management System, you can still view and install fonts easily with Windows Explorer.  Just follow the steps below. (Note: These screen captures are from Windows 10.  Your screen may look different.)

  1. Find the folder that contains the fonts you wish to view/install.  Creative Fonts by Summitsoft default installation is your Documents > Summitsoft Fonts > name of the collection.
  2. Right Click on the font you want to preview.  A pop up menu will appear with Preview at the top.
Right Click Preview

     3. Select 'Preview' and the preview window will appear. In this window, you can preview the font's full character set and the sample sentence at different sizes.
Font Preview

    4. If you want to install the font, click the install button and Windows Explorer will install the font into your System Fonts folder so it can be used by any program.
Install button
Bonus:  If you want to view/install multiple fonts, you can use shift + click to select multiple consecutive fonts or ctrl + click to select multiple non-consecutive fonts then right click 'Preview' to view or 'Install' to install the font.