NexusFont is a full-featured product developed to help users view and manage installed and uninstalled fonts.
If there's something that really deserves to be praised, it's the design of the GUI that's pretty eye-appealing and well thought out.
It's almost impossible to get lost in the main interface, as it uses a multi-panel layout to show the font library, information on each font and the actual font list. The toolbars at the top of the main window are being used for font style customization, with support for different colors, sizes and styles, such as bold, italic and underline.
The truly helpful feature is the font manager that lets you create so-called “Sets”, which are actually groups holding the fonts you select. What's more, you can add tags for each installed fonts, which adds to the overall managing power by allowing sorting and filtering in a second.
Uninstalling a font is as easy as it can be, with a simple right-click needed to access this feature. A “Properties” screen shows font details at a glance, including file name, file size, version and copyright.
Besides printing, which is more like a common feature available in all font viewer nowadays, NexusFont also lets you export the font as an image, with support for GIF, PNG, JPG, BMP, EMF and WMF.
NexusFont doesn't hamper system performance in any way and doesn't even ask for special user privileges. Instead, it runs smoothly on all Windows versions released so far and requires just basic computer knowledge to take the most out of its features.
As a conclusion, NexusFont is clearly one of the best apps in its class. It has exactly what it needs, including an eye-candy look, powerful features and customization power to appeal to all user categories.