I want to replace the default Tahoma font in Windows XP with the same font from Windows 7.
The reason is that Unicode symbols for the national alphabet I am using (Armenian) are awful in the Tahoma on Windows XP but fine in the one on Windows 7.
I have a custom WinForm application written in C# which uses national symbols from Tahoma on hundreds of screens and controls. It looks good when running in Windows 7 but ugly on Windows XP.
However, Windows XP does not allow replacing the font. It says that the font must be uninstalled before installing a new one with the same name, and of course does not allow uninstalling the default font.
How the replacement can be done? Please advise!