Consolas is a monospaced font designed by Luc(as), de Groot. It is part of the ClearType Font Collection. This collection includes fonts that use Microsoft’s ClearType font rendering technology. It is compatible with Windows Vista, Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, and Windows Vista. It is the only Windows Vista font that has a slash between the zero characters. It is the default font used by Microsoft Notepad since Windows 8.
Consolas supports these OpenType layout features: stylistic alternatives, localized forms, and uppercase-sensitive forms. Old-style figures, Lining figures, Arbitrary fractions, Superscript, Subscript.
Consolas was originally designed to replace Courier New. However, Consolas only had 713 glyphs, compared with Courier New (2.90), which had 1318. Version 5.22, which is included with Windows 7, added support for Greek Extended, Combining Diacritical Marks For Glyphs, Number Forms, and Arrows, as well as Geometric Shapes. Version 5.32 had 2735 glyphs. Version 7.00, which is part of Windows 10 1909), has 3030 glyphs.
The font is ideal to be used in the book’s headings. It is also suitable for web series of any kind. Branding, logos, invitations stationery, wedding themes corporate cards, logos T-shirts, covers, postings on social networks, and much more could all benefit from the font. It can also be used to create gorgeous images and text in a variety of styles and colors.
|Designer||Luc(as) de Groot.|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|Font Licence||Free for Personal Use.|
Before we go any type of further, let’s check out the font’s styling and also exactly how it will show up in your tasks.
Alternatives of Consolas Font
- Andale Mono.
- Noto Mono.
- Input Mono.
You can download the free version of this font from our site in zip format and using it in any software for any required projects.
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Consolas Font is completely free to use for personal purposes. For commercial purposes buy the font from here.
What is the Type of Consolas Font?
Consolas is a monospaced font designed by Luc(as), de Groot.
Can I Use Consolas Font on My Project?
You can use this font on your project.
Is this a free font?
Consolas Font is totally free for personal use.
What’s the Closest Font to Consolas Font?
Inconsolata Font is very close to the Consolas Font.
How to Install Consolas Font in Adobe, Ms. Word, Mac, or PC?