The font vendor for this typeface is Microsoft Corp. The script tags for this font include dlng with ‘Cyrl’, ‘Grek’, ‘Latn’ and slng with ‘Cyrl’, ‘Grek’, ‘Latn’. In terms of code pages, this typeface supports 1252 Latin 1, 1250 Latin 2: Eastern Europe, 1251 Cyrillic, 1253 Greek, 1254 Turkish, 1257 Windows Baltic, and Mac Roman Macintosh Character Set (US Roman). The font is compatible with various Windows operating systems including Windows Vista (version 5.00), Windows XP (version 2.12), Windows 2000 (version 2.05), Windows Server 2008 (version 5.00), and Windows Server 2003 (version 2.11). Moreover, this typeface is also accessible via Office applications.
Georgia is a typeface that was designed to provide clarity at low resolutions on the screen, but it also has a distinctive typographic personality. Even in small sizes, the font has a friendly and intimate feel that many believe has been lost with the overuse of Times New Roman. The credit for this achievement goes not only to the designer, Matthew Carter, but also to his skill, as designing for small pixel spaces on a screen can be a daunting task. In summary, Georgia is a typeface family that successfully blends legibility with charm and character.
Georgia version history
|Name of the file.||The following font styles are available: Georgia.ttf, Georgiab.ttf, Georgiaz.ttf, and Georgiai.ttf.|
The state of Georgia is represented by the name “Georgia Bold” in the MSDTHOT with the corresponding codes
Georgia Bold Italic
|Professionals in the field of creating and conceptualizing visual and functional aspects of products, services, or systems.||Matthew Carter|
|The exclusive right to reproduce and distribute a creative work belongs to the owner of the copyright.||All rights are reserved by Microsoft Corporation in the year 2016.|
|Vendor of the font||Microsoft Corp.|
|Tags for Scripts||The following scripts are supported: Cyrillic, Greek, and Latin, for both input and output.|
|Character encoding systems||
The following character sets are supported:
– 1252 Latin 1
– 1250 Latin 2: Eastern Europe
– 1251 Cyrillic
– 1253 Greek
– 1254 Turkish
– 1257 Windows Baltic
– Mac Roman also known as Macintosh
(or US Roman).
|Constant blade angle||False|
Licensing and redistribution info
- Frequently Asked Questions about redistributing fonts on Windows.
- Grant permission for the use of Microsoft fonts by businesses, website builders, and for the purpose of distributing or installing them on hardware and software servers.
Products that supply this font
|Product name||Font version|
|Windows 11||See the Windows 11 page.|
|Windows 10||See the Windows 10 page.|
|Windows 8.1||See the Windows 8.1 page.|
|Windows 8||See the Windows 8 page.|
|Windows 7||See the Windows 7 page.|
|Windows Server 2008||5.00|
|Windows Server 2003||2.11|
Additionally, those who are interested can find this font style within Microsoft Office software. Further details can be found on the corresponding webpage.
Style & weight examples