Most beginner developers like me at one point or the other, get tired of their default vs-code font. In fact, I just changed mine a few days back and I thought documenting the process will be a great idea for others that would like to follow suit and don't know how to get around it.
A great resource to get free and really good fonts is Google Fonts. Although there are other great fonts out there, I recommend downloading the Fira Code font, because its one of the most preferred font by developers and also because its my personal favorite for now .
Click on download family button and a zip file should be downloaded on your PC.
Navigate into the newly downloaded font zip file and you should have a screen like this.
Click install and now you have the font installed on your PC
In your VS code editor Go to File > Preferences > settings and search font.
Insert the name of the newly downloaded font("Fira Code") before other default fonts and voila!! you have successfully installed a new font for your vscode editor ...
wait a moment.... another thing to note is that, you might need to restart your PC before the changes take effect
you might want to enable font ligatures also, it also makes font look great...
The default vscode font is not bad, but changing your font can make you feel more at home in your code editor and even increase the excitement to code. Happy Coding!!