The 6 fonts show two types of letterfonts: serif and sans-serif. For serif fonts, Times New Roman is a little bit thicker than Garamond fonts, providing a more comfortable shape which is good for reading. On the other hand Garamond looks a little bit wider, especially the letter “E.”
The other san-serif fonts look similar, except for Comic Sans, which is cutter and funny. The other three fonts look very similar. It’s hard to find difference from three letters of my first name “HYE.” However, the letters “G,” “Q,” and “M” are different. Like the above serif fonts, the thickness of these san-serif fonts a little bit different: Futura – Gill Sans – Helvetica (thicker – thinner).