What do the new Windows Vista fonts look like?



September 2nd, 2006

"I've heard that [tag]Windows Vista[/tag] has a set of new fonts.  I'm not running a [tag]Vista[/tag] beta so I was wondering if you can show me what they look like."

Sure.  Here you go (click on the image for a larger version):

 New Vista fonts

I've shown seven fonts here.  Six of the new fonts (called the C group) are document fonts:

  • [tag]Calibri[/tag]
  • [tag]Cambria[/tag]
  • [tag]Candara[/tag]
  • [tag]Consolas[/tag]
  • [tag]Constantia[/tag]
  • [tag]Corbel[/tag]

For more information on these, check out this post on the Office User Interface blog.

The last one, [tag]Segoe UI[/tag] is an interface font.  For more information on this font, see this post in the Office User Interface blog.

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