Microsoft has been working for a while to make the Windows 10 Settings app the one destination for every setting, so the company is migrating the settings from the Control Panel and categorizing them into the Settings app. Today, a report claims that the Windows 10 Settings app will be finally getting Font Management capabilities in the Redstone 4 update.
It appears that the Fonts Setting is currently available but hidden in the latest Windows 10 Build 17074. Microsoft watcher Rafael Rivera has managed to hack the system to enable some features of the Font Management settings.
The Fonts page in Settings will let you manage the fonts with abilities to preview font in different styles and size, there’s also an option to uninstall fonts. The information such as manufacturer and download size of fonts are available at the bottom of the page.
Microsoft has been experimenting with adding fonts to the Microsoft Store for a while now. One of the latest reports also confirmed that it will be soon possible to download new fonts from the Windows 10’s App Store without having to search for them online.
Arial Nova Font is already in the Microsoft Store, the font appears to be compatible with all Windows 10 devices includes Windows Phones, PCs, Tablets, Surface Hub and HoloLens, but you can’t install it as the option is grayed out, so it’s likely that the future builds of Windows 10 Redstone 4 update would enable the system.
It’s likely that the new Font Management system will make it to the Windows 10 with the next release of the operating system, rumoured to arrive in April 2018.