Having a large collection of fonts can be a great aid to designed, but it can also be problematic. If your collection is too large, it can be difficult to navigate and find what you are looking for. Using Fontcase, you can preview and organise your fonts as well as deactivating any you do not need.
A font can be previewed whether it is activated or not, and should you launch a program that needs a particular font to operate, Fontcase will automatically activate it for you. By working with fonts in this way, you can ease the burden a large number of fonts can have on your system.
Fontcase can also be used to view fonts in detail rather than just previewing them. From within the program you can examine glyphs and even compare the glyph table of several fonts at the same time.
The program can automatically detect and remove duplicate fonts and provides the option of printing font books so you can see how different typefaces look on paper.
Managing fonts can be a troublesome task, but Fontcase makes it as easy as possible to work with even very large collections.