Find the font that you want to download. I recommend DaFont.com or you can always Google the name of the font if you know the name and it’s not on DaFont.com.
Now when you find your font, I’m using DaFont as my example website, click the download button.
Now depending on your brand of your computer and the operating system it’s using:
You will either get a pop up from your computer asking if you want to save the file or open it which may look like this (Mine is HP):
Or will get something like this IF you are using Firefox right now like me (Dell):
in which I clicked Open with Windows Explorer.
Either way you will need to extract the font file. There should be a button somewhere saying extract. For my second option my extract button looked like this:
When the file is extracted it should bring you to the folder where the extracted file is. It should usually extract to your My Documents folder but I set mine up that it opens into the Downloads folder. Now open up the task bar and start search and go to your Fonts folder.
Drag the extracted font file into your Fonts folder and it should install itself. Mine looks like this when it installs:
Now just open up Photofiltre and look through your fonts while adding text and it should be there!