Microsoft Introduces New Default Font: Farewell to Calibri
Technology company Microsoft has changed the font it has been using for years with the new update it released today. Details are here!
Technology giant Microsoft, after about 15 years, decided to change the feature that it has been using for a long time. The Calibri font that comes to mind when word is mentioned is now history.
Microsoft Changing In-App
The tech company announced a new add-on that will get writers excited in the update it released today. Calibri, the default font in Microsoft 365 and Office applications, is being replaced by a new font called Aptos.
The sans-serif font inspired by Swiss typography will now be the new default font. Steve Matteson, the creator of the new default font, stated that he is trying to create a font that is not difficult to read about the font he produces.
Like the already existing Calibri, the new font Aptos will be pinned to the top of the fonts. Commenting on the new update, Microsoft employee Daniels said, “Aptos is part of a wider wave of features coming to Microsoft 365. We are working to make the software more meaningful and inclusive.”