Microsoft ends support for PostScript fonts as well
PostScript Type 1 fonts are no longer directly supported. Microsoft was just about the last party still supporting this font. It is now changing that, having already done so for Adobe earlier this year. However, there are still workarounds.
The PostScript Type 1 fonts dating back to the 1980s an... Read more
Aptos, the new default font for Microsoft Office
All Microsoft Office products are moving away from Calibri as the familiar default font. Aptos, which first was known under the moniker Bierstadt, will become the default choice for every user within the next few months.
Calibri has been the default option within Word, Excel, PowerPoint and all ... Read more
Microsoft introduces font for developers
Microsoft has developed a font for the developers. The font will be used in the upcoming version of Windows Terminal. The name of the font is Cascadia Code.
The new font is designed for developers and for use in command line tools, terminals and code editors. Whether you use Android Studio, Subl... Read more