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|Download Hindi Unicode Hindi Font for Windows 95 / Windows 98 / Windows Me -|
|The material on this website was created using a unicode compliant Devanagari
font. Unicode is a 16-bit encoding standard that allows all characters of
every major language in the world to be represented. Unicode is platform
independent, meaning if you typed something in Windows, it would appear
the same way on a Macintosh machine. Most modern systems have built-in unicode
support and often require nothing more than a unicode compliant font for
any particular language.
If you can see the following sentence, then your computer should have no problems viewing this site:
हिन्दी भारत की राष्ट्रभाषा है | (Hindi bhaarat kii raashtrabhaashaa hai .)
If you cannot view the sentence above, try changing the font encoding to "UTF-8" in your browser. Most users should find this option by going to View > Encoding.
If you still are not able to view the sentence above, please try following the suggestions for your particular operating system.
Enabling support for Indian languages (Indic) on your computer
Windows XP has inbuilt Indian languages features. If you enable these features, you will be able to view the Hindi pages much better. You must have at least 10 MB of free hard disk space and the Installation Disk of Windows ready, before starting. Please close any open programs.
When you check this line, a new window will appear, which will give a
list of languages that will be installed. This list will include ‘Indic’.
It will ‘warn’ you that you need at least 10 MB of hard disk space. Click
OK to close this window. Then click OK on the Regional and Languages Options
window. You will be asked to restart your computer.
- You can download the following font just incase, download to your Windows/Fonts folder: Mangal font
Windows 95 / Windows 98 / Windows Me