Fonts in Windows

Today I found to things that rock!

I have a whole bunch of TrueType fonts on my computer. I don't have them all installed, but once in a while I install a one for a particular purpose.

I have often looked for a smarter way to browse them than just launching Windows' built-in font viewer. Today I found one:

X-fonter 3.6
A freeware font browser that does about anything I would dream of (when it comes to fonts I am definately no expert, so professionals may have other dreams than me (hopefully they have!)).

I also discovered Divide by zero, a collection of free TrueType fonts all made by Tom Murphy 7. Many of the fonts have a cool, handdrawn look.

Create 8 · Fonts also has a lot of nice free fonts.