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Use a narrow font: 1. saves space, 2. uses up less pixels (so screen lasts longer) 3. and with the code being shorter easier to understand when looking back at it years later
But seriously, maintaining a few [on-]sites (and some off sites) I just stick with defaults, VS pro at home and 2010 on some client sites for quick rebuilds, farting about with fonts settings is off the table.
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I still use Consolas: it's non-proportional, so columns line up, "1" and "l" are visually different, and "0" is barred so it's distinct from "O".
Works for me, so I haven't looked at changing it - I'd probably spend far too long deciding, and then get bored with in a week later!
Generally speaking, I stick to a limited number of fonts: Calibri for emails, Verdana for "normal" text in documents, Consolas for non-proportional work, Arial Bold when I need emphasis. And "Heart Breaking Bad" when I want to annoy people. Heart Breaking Bad Font | dafont.com[^]
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I've tried several and yet I still find myself using Consolas on Windows and right now Inconsolata on a Mac. I'd be curious to know, of a Consolas replacement for VS. Try as I may, over the years, I have found very few fonts living up to it.