Have you ever wanted to install custom fonts on a Chromebook? Well, the good news is that it’s possible, but unless you’re familiar with what is involved it can be quite intimidating. The steps are bit technical, and you will have to put your Chromebook into Developer Mode. Luckily, we’ve written some instructions to help simplify the process for you.
We previously published a guide on how to install custom fonts on a Chromebook. Unfortunately, like all things on the web, it became outdated. Here is an updated version that will take you through the process step by step.
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