Direct Download Link 1400+ Fonts Pack.

When we write on the computer using Wordpad, Notepad and Microsoft Word. We need fonts. Basically many fonts come with Windows pre-installed and some automatically installs when we install any software.

But if you want to become professional in writing then you must install additional English, Hindi, Border, Symbol, PMF, Commercial font and many more. So here I’m sharing over 1400+ fonts package free for you. Which you can download directly from

Downlaod 1400+ Fonts packDownload link 1400+ Fonts package 

To download the 1400+ All-Fonts.rar file please click on the Direct Download link-

Click Here To Download ⇓

You will be redirected to site, where you can click on the Green Download (42.55 MB) Button and file download will be started. Save the file into your PC.

Once the file is downloaded then you’ll need Winrar software to extract the zipped folder. Get Winrar from official site:

Get Winrar ⇓

Download and install the Winrar and open the folder where you have downloaded All-Fonts.rar file, Right click on the file and choose the Extract option from the context menu.

If asks for password then use as a password.

How to install Fonts?

In Windows Xp-
1- Go to Start menu ⇒ Control Panel ⇒ Font, Open File menu install new font ⇒ Select Folder.
2-In the Font folder Select all fonts ⇒ Right Click ⇒ Copy & Go to Start menu ⇒ Control Panel ⇒ Font and right & Paste to install.

In Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and 11, You can install fonts With Two easy steps-
1- In the font folder Select fonts ⇒ Right Click ⇒ click on install.
2- In the font folder Select fonts ⇒ Right Click ⇒ Copy & Go to start menu ⇒ Control Panel ⇒ Font and right click & Paste to install.

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I'm Pramod Kumar Yaduvanshi, creator and editor in chief of PCMobitech. I mostly write about Windows, Android, iOS, VPN, Security related articles and tips & tricks etc.

16 thoughts on “Direct Download Link 1400+ Fonts Pack.”

  1. What is the licensing on these fonts? Or is it that it’s specific to each individual font? Can these fonts be used commercially or is this moreso intended for personal use?


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