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Understanding Invalid Font Entries in the Registry

Welcome back to our blog series on Registry Error Insights!

A font is another name for a specific typeface that your computer uses, such as Arial, Helvetica, and so on. A computer full of invalid font entries in your Windows Registry, with no actual corresponding font installed, can crash specific applications.

Applications that depend on and use many different fonts, such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator are most likely to be affected by invalid font entries. This can be more of a problem if you’ve downloaded custom fonts and installed them yourself.

Registry Reviver fixes this by making sure that each font and each font registry entry correspond, one to one.

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