The Font Thing is an easy to use freeware Windows program designed to aid you in managing fonts present on your system. Although the program is clearly designed to do such an easy task, sometimes you can be a little perplexed when you initially launch it. One thing that can confuse users is the font folder, which is located in the start menu at the bottom left-hand corner of your desktop. The folder contains all your active windows font and theme settings, which make finding them quite confusing if you have just launched the application.
To avoid file name conflicts, one of the best ways to quickly open any of the fonts or folder is to double click on the "Start" button and then click on "Run". Another option that can be helpful is to right click on the "start" button and then select "Safe Mode". This will load your operating system without any drivers or features that you might currently have, allowing you to quickly open and edit any of the fonts or folders that are missing. If you would like to learn more about the operation of the Font Thing application, there are many resources online that can assist you.
While there are a number of useful features included within this software, as well as a number of unique options that can be accessed by using the " Edit "entry", it is perhaps the utility of the "Fold" tool that is the most useful. By using this tool, you can not only reduce the number of conflicts that you will end up having with other files, but you will also be able to change the size and positioning of your fonts, which will make them appear correctly on your screen. A great example of how The Font Thing can be used is in the creation of quality screen captures, which is commonly known as "GIFs".