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    All the names on drives, folders and menu turned to Bold in Windows 7 System

    When I logged in to my Windows 7 System, I am amazed to see that names on all the four drives, menu and folders are in bold. I did not do that. Please, anyone help me in solving the problem. I will be much thankful to you.



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    Re: All the names on drives, folders and menu turned to Bold in Windows 7 System

    Solution:

    Follow these steps to solve the problem.

    Go to Start >> Control Panel.
    Click “Appearance and Personalization”.
    Click on the “Fonts”.
    Click on the “Font Settings” in the left pane.
    Be sure that the option “Hide Fonts based on language Settings” is checked.
    Tap the Button “Restore Default Font Settings”.
    Restart the System. Your Problem is Solved.
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    Re: All the names on drives, folders and menu turned to Bold in Windows 7 System

    Hey here is the solution of your problem, just follow the steps below and you will be able to come over the problem:-

    1) Click on the "Start" button. Type "Font" select the "Font settings".

    2) Now check on the " Hide Fonts based on language Settings".

    3) Click on the "Restore Default Font Settings".

    Now restart your computer and you will be able to see the change in your computer.

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    Re: All the names on drives, folders and menu turned to Bold in Windows 7 System

    DEAR FRIEND,


    To solve this problem follow the given procedure

    first right click on the empty desktop

    and select the personalize option from the popup

    then click on window color option from the bottom of the window

    and after click the advanced appearance settings...

    then drop down the ITEM and select it as ICON

    then click bold button

    then after click apply button and click OK

    then your problem will be resolved

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    Re: All the names on drives, folders and menu turned to Bold in Windows 7 System

    Hello Friend..

    follow these steps to change the setting of windows font..


    • Click the Start then click the Run and type regedit, and then click OK.


    • In the left pane, locate and then click the following registry subkey:
    • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion


    • Expand CurrentVersion, and verify that the Fonts registry subkey is present.


    • If the Fonts registry subkey is missing, create a new subkey. To do this, follow these steps:

    • On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click Key.
    • Type Fonts, and then press ENTER.
    • Exit Registry Editor.


    • Click Start, click Run, type fonts, and then click OK.


    • On the File menu, click Install New Font.


    • In the Drives list, select the drive where the Windows system folder is located.

      Note Typically, the C drive is the drive where the Windows system folder is located.


    • In the Folders list, double-click the Fonts subfolder.

    When all the fonts are displayed in the List of fonts list, click Select All, and then click OK.


    All the Best!!

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    Satya Praveen Array
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    Re: All the names on drives, folders and menu turned to Bold in Windows 7 System

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say..........

    1.Firstly go to the desktop.

    2.Then make a right click on the desktop.

    3.Now you click on the option 'Personalize'.

    4.There you click on 'Windows color and Appearance'.

    5.Now you change the 'Size' of the letter.

    6.At last click on the option 'Apply' and then 'OK".

    Have a nice day.........................


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