|Yes, but a lot of programs use it as their font, so you may want to keep a copy just in case. So go to:|
Then scroll down, and select all of the "Times New Roman" fonts. Put a folder on your desktop or somewhere called "Font Backup". Open that folder, and drag the fonts to it, where they will be copied as a backup. Now with the fonts selected in the control panel "Fonts" folder, right-click them and click delete, and they should be deleted.
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