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There are thousands of free applications and many operating systems available on the Internet. Users can easily download and install those applications via a package manager that comes included with most Linux distributions.
What a lot of people don't realize is that not all fonts are free. In fact, many cost tens or even hundreds of dollars apiece. Even the "free" fonts that come on your computer were actually licensed by the computer manufacturer. You are paying for them in the cost of your computer.
The good news, though, is that there are thousands of free fonts on the Web. One of my favorite repositories for free fonts is FontSquirrel.com. This site has over a thousand fonts to choose from, including over 50 handwritten fonts, and hundreds of clean sans-serif and serif fonts that will work well for body text. My other favorite source for free fonts is Fonts.com, which is home to some of the highest quality typefaces around, including Comic Sans and the new Comic Sans Pro.
Another great alternative to downloading fonts is to make a custom handwritten font with a program like iFontMaker, which allows even a novice to create his or her own custom handwritten font on an iPad ($6.99) or Windows Tablet ($4.99).
I used it to create my own handwritten font called JasonSpeaking01. It took me a couple of hours, but the font really has a lot of my own voice in it. If you like this font, you can download it for free. 2b1af7f3a8