Windows doesn't have a great way to manage the fonts on your system, but thankfully there are quite a few third party solutions that make it a heck of a lot better. If you're looking for one of the better free options I'd definitely have to point you in the direction of NexusFont.
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Markdown is a language that is supposed to make writing easier by letting users compose formatted content in a plain-text editor. Getting used to some of the syntax can take time, but there is a lot of intuitiveness behind it as well. Once you decide that you want to give Markdown a try I recommend checking out the free MarkdownPad app for Windows.
The new (default) Windows 8 interface is something that Microsoft has spent a lot of time rethinking, and will drastically shift the way we use computers. The good news is that the classic Windows 7-style interface is still buried underneath for those that want it, but you won't be able to move completely away from the Metro-style UI.
When you're reading an article on Wikipedia it can be annoying when you feel the need to continuously click the links that are referenced just to see what that word means or how it is relevant to what you're reading. For example, what if you wanted to find out the name of the actor that plays Sheldon Cooper in The Big Bang Theory sitcom.