Terminal Font comes as a substitute for the default Fixedsys font present in the DOS-Box of any Windows operating system. As the author of this particular font, many other users might have felt that Fixedsys is not the best looking font in the world, thus Terminal was born.
Using the Terminal Font of the NewDOS pack, you can deploy it to your system so you can enjoy it in DOS-Box as well as any other consoles you might work in. The sizes it comes in start with 8x13 and end with 12x23, thus covering a wide array of options (9x16 and 10x19 are also included).
The codepages that Terminal Font is available in are 437 (the English one), 850 (a variation of 437 with more special characters), 865 (for Norway and Denmark) as well as 852 (for Slav languages). Terminal Font also provides a licensed version for use within full screen applications.
Moreover, Terminal Font installs as any other font does. All you have to do is access the context menu of the FON file and choose ‘Install’ or go to Control Panel’s Fonts section and install it from there. Anyway you choose to do is, Terminal Font is more than happy to replace the wicked Fixedsys font.
The bottom line is that Terminal Font is not a TrueType Font, thus it does not suit any Windows application. Its sole purpose was to take the place of the unattractive existing Microsoft provided font for consoles and DOS-Box.