Yuxar Consulting Launches a New Web Portal with Thousands of Free Fonts and Advanced Font Search and Browsing System

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Fonts2u has much more to offer than 20000 free fonts for immediate download. Advanced search engine let's you filter down results by several criteria: category, character map, style, width, weight, serif type, platform supported and more.

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Finding the right free font was never that easy ...

Yuxar Consulting Corporation announced on February 18, 2010 about the launch of their new web portal , called Fonts2u to make free fonts searching, browsing and downloading experience easier and more efficient for online users. Currently, the web portal features thousands of free fonts for Microsoft and Macintosh platforms, and hosts a unique search tool, allowing one to search for necessary font by defining a particular Unicode character map. Additionally, Font2u opens new opportunities for font designers and provides an online tool for fonts converting among the most widely spread font types.

Character map font search allows users to search for a necessary font, based on a particular character map. Looking for Latin, Cyrillic or Greek fonts, or American, African or Asian scripts could not be easier with Fonts2u – just choose the necessary character map from the drop-down menu on the site and the results with the fonts, meeting the specified criteria, will appear in a blink of an eye.

There is a sophisticated catalogue of available free fonts at the core of the Fonts2u web portal. All the fonts are grouped into intuitive and easy-to-navigate categories. Whether it is needed to find a basic font with defined characteristics, such as Sans Serif or Fixed Width, or some specific retro style font for a creative project - with Fonts2u searching for the required free font is as easy as a few mouse clicks.

Along with main font categories, including Basic, Dingbat, Fancy, Foreign, Gothic, Holiday and Script font families, each offering dozens of subcategories, Fonts2u offers a sophisticated free font search system with many variable font characteristics for users to define. The ability to search for necessary font(s) by defining a particular character map is the most powerful tool on Fonts2u, which greatly improves site usability and points it out among the other freeware font sites.

The key features of the free fonts searching tool, realized at Fonts2u, are speedy operation of the search engine, outstanding flexibility of search parameters, and extremely accurate search results. In order to find the necessary font, a user is offered to define as few or as many fonts features, as he desires. Font style, weight, width and classification, and even special glyphs – one can define the preferences for font search and quickly receive just what he has been looking for. The system allows choosing the supported platform (Unicode, Microsoft, or Macintosh), as well as the license type (freeware, shareware, demo, or GNU). Furthermore, the Fonts2u portal allows easy viewing of all the character maps, included into a particular font, to evaluate it, and even post a comment to a font.

Small, but yet interesting and helpful tool, offered at Fonts2u, is the ability to view custom text displayed with the selected font or fonts group. That makes choosing a free font more comfortable and tailored. Once the font or fonts are chosen, a user can easily download the selected item(s) as archive file directly to his computer.

Holding a vast database of free fonts, Fonts2u also provides space for font artists and designers, who wish to display their works to a growing target audience. Users are welcomed to submit their own fonts into the catalogue of Fonts2u.

People looking for free Windows or Macintosh fonts, and those, who try to get some specific fancy font, as well as font artists, who just need a space to display their font masterpieces online, are welcomed to visit Fonts2u and get the new experience of working online with freeware fonts for Mac and Windows.

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