Registry repair tools not only confine them to the system registry, but also provide you with many other benefits, including the solution to system fonts. There are a number of errors that you can possibly make by saying that the TrueType font that you are looking for is not available in the font folder or that the TrueType font that you are trying to install is already installed while it is not in the Police Folder previously.
You may also notice a significant difference in the font when you are going to print a document.
All of these issues are registry related and the registry key associated with TrueType fonts is responsible for these events. The registry key may be damaged or missing. You must correct the error by editing the Fonts registry key present in your operating system's tree.
The manual register editor can be used but it is not advisable because a slight error can result in complete failure of the operating system. Registry repair tools are the most appropriate selection in this regard. The key associated with TrueType fonts is searched for in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion class.
The registry repair tools scan the tree and locate the key associated with TrueType fonts. If the key is present, the registry repair tools replace it with a new one just to make sure the problem is resolved. In the case where the key does not exist for any reason, these tools create new entries in the relative class. After correcting the TrueType font key, the same font will be printed on the page as it appears on the screen. You can also add or remove fonts in the system fonts folder.