When comparing Tiny Font vs Verdana, the Slant community recommends Verdana for most people. In the question“What are the best programming fonts?” Verdana is ranked 63rd while Tiny Font is ranked 100th.
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Pro Legible at extremely small point sizes
Tiny Font stands at just 4 pixels short (5 with descenders), yet includes every printable ASCII character.
Pro Free with Windows
Pro Compact while light
Packs lots of information into your screen space while remaining clear and never looking crowded.
Pro Renders perfectly at all sizes
Again, particularly in Windows
Pro Looks absolutely gorgeous in Windows
Looks good elsewhere as well, but the world-class hinting here really comes out with the windows rasterizer (probably optimized for it).
Con Pointless to use this for legibility unless you're on an exceptionally small screen device
The tiny point size does not scale well. It's designed for a singular purpose and does well for that, but unless you're working around those limitations the poor readability will slow down your work.
Con Not as pretty as other fonts
Other options look better than Tiny Font at bigger sizes.
Con Not monospaced
-if that is an absolute must for you. But don't assume it is until you've tried without...