Ubuntu – How to change fonts and adjust their size

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I've been finding fonts on the internet and installing them on my system.

What's the easiest way to change my fonts? I would prefer an easy to use graphical way, but answers with command line recommendations are also welcome.

Best Answer

  • Ubuntu 18.04 and later versions

    The latest Ubuntu uses GNOME Shell. You can change the fonts using the "GNOME Tweaks" (gnome-tweak-tool) program.

    Install the program using Ubuntu Software:

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    And change the font and font size.

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    13.04 - 17.04

    For Unity interface users, customisation of fonts can be done using unity-tweak-tool Install unity-tweak-tool

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    For 12.04:

    For Unity interface users, they have their own tweak-tool. Customisation of Fonts in 12.04 can be done through myunity Install myunity

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