Category Archives: Windows 7

Adding fonts to Photoshop CS6 64Bit

It’s reported that in order to have fonts available for Photoshop CS6 you have to load them into your system (as windows fonts).  This is not true however, as you can use the old method of adding the fonts into an Adobe specific folder which is then picked up as CS6 starts.

This did always used to be the case with CS5 and other Adobe products as well, the only difference seems to be now that the folder required isn’t there by default.  This is fine, just go and create it, put the fonts in there and load CS6 to see the fonts present.

Running CS6 (64bit) on a Windows 7 system, the directory is

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Fonts

No more slowing down your Windows system by having hundreds of fonts loaded unnecessarily

Building Windows 7 x64 with slipstream sp1 & drivers

The issue you face when installing Windows 7 x64 can be related to disk drivers.  So, in my case I’m trying to get a 2 disk SAS RAID on a Asus P6T Deluxe motherboard up and running as the OS with Windows 7 x64

The problem is that loading the drivers in as you progress through the installation from the standard install disks just doesn’t work.  The solution, slipstream the drivers into the windows installation disk; and whilst we’re there may as well update Windows 7 to SP1 Continue reading →