Font management is now in modern Settings in Windows 10 Redstone 4
Fonts have been moved from Control Panel to the Settings app
The company is slowly moving some of the settings from the old Control Panel to the modern Settings page in Windows 10. The last one to appear in Settings is ‘Fonts’.
Fonts now has its own page in Settings → Personalization in build 17047 for Windows 10 PC. Heading to Fonts would allow you to download and install fonts from the Windows Store, preview them in various sizes and also uninstall them.
Clicking on a font you have will take you to a page where you can uninstall it, see metadata with a manufacturer, designed language, and more.
Microsoft may be moving some other settings from the Control Panel to Settings in the coming months ahead of the official Redstone 4 update in the Spring.