Back in the days, Microsoft was single-handedly pushing the web forward, with around 1.000(!) people working on Internet Explorer and with a 100 million dollar budget to burn per year, with almost no-one left to compete. This was massive!
As I’ve been tinkering with the web for almost 25 years by now, I remember many of the stuff mentioned. IE/Trident gave us many great things, and sometimes was ahead of its time, lest we forget.
Edge Web Fonts is a free service that provides access to a large library of fonts for your web site. It’s one of the Edge Tools & Services from Adobe. Use of the fonts is free and unlimited, see the terms for details.
Also integrated in their new set of Edge products
Too bad they don’t have a visual library to scroll through, or have I missed a link (all I can find is this plain list and that no-so-good-looking dropdown on the Edge site)?