Hey ... I read in one article related to that subject (I forgot where, so that's why I am asking it here), that there is one font in particular, that is used by default in Windows XP, and it is not recommended, or even dangerous to delete it. AFAIK that font (or maybe there are more than one) is used by default in some of OS menus, buttons in various system config applets (I guess, even if other fonts is selected for that particular windows for text written manually/optionally by user) Though as I remember, it is one of these below: Verdana, or Tahoma ... I am not completely sure, maybe was some other font (like MS Sans Serif, or Microsoft Sans Serif ??) It is all cause additional fonts (uhm, 20-30 installed by Windows CD) takes only disk space, also some memory, and it is at least uncomfortable scrolling through all that fonts, if I want to change selected text to my favorite font. Yeah, and I use only these: Times New Roman, Courier New, Arial (and sometimes also Lucida Console, Verdana, and few others) Thanks for any tip, explanation you can give.