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I have have installed too much fonts (11.10); now my system is very slow (memory full, etc.). Does a tool exist in order to clean my mess up?

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Font manager, which is available in the repos, is what youre looking for. Click here to install it.

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Font Manager currently allows the user to:

    Preview installed fonts
    Compare installed fonts
    Easily install or remove fonts
    Easily activate and de-activate installed fonts
    Specify different directories to search for fonts
    Group fonts into "Collections", and easily activate or de-activate groups of fonts
    Export "Collections" to an archive for easy backup, sharing, etc.
    Provides quick access to all GNOME font utilities.
  • available in the software repositories or download HERE
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