Trying to clean up my Fonts folder by hand, I created a folder under
Documents called "Suppressed Fonts" and copied BatangChe to it
("Move" wasn't an option, only "Copy".) I then right-clicked on the
file in the Fonts folder, selected Delete, and confirmed.
Error message: "Batang & BatangChe & Gungsuh & GungsuhChe cannot be
deleted because it is a protected system font"
WHY?? I had this with XP, too, and never got an answer. What on
earth is the purpose of Korean fonts in an English-language Windows
It's not just that one, either. There's Batang Regular, and
DotumChe, and MingLiu, and many others. (I haven't tried many others,
but I have tried those.) At 15 MB a pop, give or take, in the
aggregate they're wasting a lot of space.
It's not the end of the world, but it's irritating to have those junk
fonts in all my menus and adding time to my backups.
Stan Brown, Oak Road Systems, Tompkins County, New York, USA http://OakRoadSystems.com
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