NexusFont is a wonderful piece of software that is compatible with computers which are running the Windows OS. The function of this application is to help Windows computer users in managing the fonts installed on their computer. The app can also serve as a quick font comparison tool that assists in deciding which tool will look the best in your projects. These features along with the ones that let you remove fonts, categories fonts into sets, view custom sentences in any installed fonts, and viewing the character sets of fonts all make this app the only font manager you will need. Let us take a closer look into the app:
The first thing you will need to do to get started with NexusFont is download its setup file which is sized at nearly 2.5 MB. Go ahead and open the application once it is installed. You will find a window that will look similar to the following screenshot:
NexusFont will automatically fetch all installed fonts and, by default, show what the sentence “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” looks like for each font. In the left pane of the application, you will find options to create sets and folders for your fonts. If you have a folder of fonts available on your system, you can easily add it into the application and have the folder-contained fonts quickly loaded. When these fonts are loaded in the app, they become available elsewhere in other programs without additional font installation, as long as NexusFont is running.
The sentence shown for each font can be easily customized. You will find the sentence field at the top of the window.
Right next to the sentence field, there are options to customize the font color, font size, font background color, and font styling e.g. bold, italicized, or underlined. Anti-aliasing can also be enabled or disabled.
Information about the currently highlighted is shown in the bottom left corner of the window.
Further specific details about a font can be found under its detailed properties.
NexusFont lets users view the entire character of the fonts they click on.
While highlighting a character from the window, you can have it imported to an image file in the GIF file format.
After you are done familiarizing yourself with the controls of the application, your main focus will become the app’s Sets feature. Here you can add fonts for comparison, creating backups, or to load previous settings. Overall, you will find that NexusFont will competently serve your font selection and management needs.
You can get NexusFont from over here.