So the title may seem a little misleading, pretty intentional because I wanted to get a little more attention here. As I'm running out of HD space, I'm trying to clean out my MacBook a little bit to free some room up, also Microsoft Word and Photoshop take a really long time to open and I want to fix that. So basically, I want to clear my font library of everything non-standard (default snow leopard fonts, Microsoft Word fonts, and Adobe fonts). As stated I'm on a MacBook running Snow Leopard and I know where the fonts are located, but because I have a large selection and variety of fonts (I used to visit DaFont and those other websites quite often, plus I downloaded a few huge font packs) it's a pain in the ass to manually go through and check which ones belong and which don't. Could take hours. What I'm looking for is an application that will remove (or relocate) every font that wasn't there when I installed Snow Leopard (once again the Microsoft Word fonts and Adobe fonts would also be nice to keep) or at the very minimum a link to a list of all default fonts. It just occurred to me that I could probably just pop in my Snow Leopard upgrade disk and it would be on there, so I'll try that but help is still appreciated.