What makes computer versatile is that it has a very big database of fonts. Magazines and books are in a way limited in this matter, because not all digital fonts can be mechanically implemented, especially the handwritten type which is very complex and requires hard work. Even nowadays the font database gets bigger day by day, thanks to multiple graphic designers around the world that put their imagination and creativity into font creation. Most fonts are compatible with Indo-European based languages, especially with English language. Some languages have their specific characters but fonts usually have them integrated, if not they usually are replaced with a square or with a close fitting character. Muslim and east Asian languages have their own fonts, because of radical differences in writing styles. Furthermore, Latin fonts are largely spread across the internet and are more in number compared to other ones. You can find various style fonts from simple straight line typeface to a glamorous handwritten style.
A font that most of us seen and simply didn’t knew its name is the Gabriola font. Gabriola font is a display typeface that was designed specifically for Microsoft Corporation. It was named after the Gabriola Island, Canada. The Gabriola font was used in Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2010.
If your system doesn’t have a Gabriola font, then why don’t you update your font library with it? From this site you can download the Gabriola font for free. Just click on the button below to download the font.