When we first turn on our new computer, it boots within seconds. After installing (and removing) software, the Registry expands, more apps boot with your computer and your disk becomes defragmented. Result is that your machine takes much longer to boot. You can solve these problems, but you may not realise that Windows will look for and load fonts when you boot your computer. If you're an illustrator, with loads of installed fonts, you might find that this is the main reason your computer has slowed.
FontFrenzy 1.5 is a tool that will enable you to load and use fonts only when they're required for a specific application. This means that when you boot Windows, only the fonts required for the system will be loaded in to memory.
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