Orphaned Font Entries

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Each font used by Windows® is stored as a separate file in a special Windows® folder. When you install a font it is registered with an entry in the registry that enables Windows® to access and use it.

If the font files are deleted or the fonts are uninstalled incorrectly their registry entries become orphaned, referring to files that no longer exist or can no longer be found. This can also happen, if uninstallation is interrupted.


Activating this option tells Registry Optimizer to find such orphaned font entries so that you can delete them.



Orphaned Font Entries