For some fonts that don't work with your input language settings, Windows system will hide them in the Fonts folder, as shown in the picture below. To show the hidden fonts at one time, you can change font settings by referring to the steps illustrated in the following content.
Video guide on how to change font settings in Windows 8:
Step 1: Access the Fonts folder by a run command.
Open Run dialog by pressing Windows Logo Key and R key together, type fonts and click OK.
Step 2: In the Fonts window, click Font settings on the top left.
Step 3: After entering Font settings window, unselect Hide fonts based on language settings and click OK.
Tips: If you want to see only fonts that are designed for your language settings, you can follow the 2 steps below.
Step 1: After entering Font settings through the above method, click Restore default font settings.
Step 2: Tap the top-right close button to exit the Font settings window.
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