What are the fonts in Vista?

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2007/02/06 08:01 +00:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/michkap/archive/2007/02/06/1607855.aspx

Bettina asked via the Contact link:

Hello Michael,

do you have any idea if there is an entire list of system fonts that come with windows vista?

I could find some of them, according to the articles, these are apparently not all of them:

    Segoe UI,
    Segoe print
    Segoe script

would be great if you would know some more :-)

thx, bettina

I do not know of any official list anywhere, but I talked to some of the Typography folks and Simon Daniels gave me a list of the 290mb and over 712,000 glyphs contains in the Vista fonts.

Here goes (I am not including the bold/italic info, for the sake of brevity):

Core Fonts:

Core UI Fonts:

ClearType Collection Fonts:

Other Western Fonts:

East Asian Fonts

Arabic Fonts:

Hebrew Fonts:

Thai Fonts:

Indic Fonts:

Other Fonts

That should do for now. :-)


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