Did you know Windows 7 ships with a set of good-looking fonts with a full complement of IPA symbols?
Microsoft has been making great strides on the IPA front. In Windows XP, the only IPA-enabled font was Lucida Sans Unicode. Windows Vista also had Arial, Tahoma and Times New Roman, which had been updated to include phonetic symbols, and the beautiful new system font – Segoe UI. Windows 7 extends IPA support to two good-looking fonts that first appeared in Windows Vista — Cambria and Calibri.
Here is a sample of the new and old IPA-enabled fonts available on Windows Vista and Windows 7: