There are 1 file types using the FON file extension in our database. In the further part of this page, you will find detail information about all the FON file with their brief description and a list of programs that support FON file sorted by operating systems. The table below provides useful information about the FON file extension. It answers questions such as:
- What is the FON file?
- How to open a FON file?
- What programs do I need to open a FON file?
- What programs help to create and edit a FON file?
- How to convert FON files to another file format?
- How to convert another files to FON file format?
|File type||Generic Font File||Category||Font Files|
|Description||FON file is a Generic Font File. A FON file is a Windows 3.x font library file referenced by programs that access system fonts. It is an older font format that cannot be resized to any size like a TrueType (.TTF) font. The font may also look different on screen than paper.|
|Software programs that will open, edit or convert FON files|
|Microsoft Windows Font Viewer
There are 1 records in our database eligible for another files to FON file format conversion. If you want to achieve another files to FON conversion, you may use the option.
When you click a file to open it, operating system examines the filename extension. If operating system recognizes the filename extension, it opens the file in the program that is associated with that filename extension. When operating system does not recognize a filename extension, you receive the following message:
”Can't open this file: example.FON”。
To open this file, you install one of the applications from the list of software programs that you found here, you should be able to open, edit or convert the file with the FON extension without any issue.
If you do not know where you can download the application from our list, click on the link (which is the name of the program), you will find more information there on the location where to download the required application. Most often they are the websites of software manufacturers.
- Right-click a file with the extension whose association you want to change, and then click "Open With".
- In the "Open With" dialog box, click the program whith which you want the file to open, or click "Browse" to locate the program that you want.
- Select the ”Always use the selected program to open this kind of file” check box.
Changing the filename extension of a file is not a good idea. When you change a file's extension, you change the way programs on your computer read/open the file. The problem is, changing the file extension does not change the file format. Select a software program from our list and install it on your computer. If the file has not opened correctly, you have to look for a different software program from our list. Sometimes you have to repeat the operation several times.
The reasons for the lack of the ability to open a FON file on your computer may be at least several. The easiest thing is to find a suitable application installed on your computer, which will open a FON file. If there is still something wrong, you might want to check:
- Whether the FON file is damaged.
- Whether the FON file is incorrectly linked in the registry entries.
- Whether the FON file extension has been accidentally removed from the Windows registry.
- Whether the installation of an application that supports the FON file format is incompletely.
- Whether the FON file is infected.
- Whether the drivers of the equipment used for opening a FON file are up to date.
- Whether your computer has enough hardware resources to open a FON file.
If the FON file still not working with your software after eliminating the above shortcomings? That means that the problem is more complex and requires the help of a specialist.