If you copy the font to the appropriate directory, you should be able to load it with
\newfontfamily. The preferred way to load it is by its filename, but you can also load it by family name.
On Windows, you need to install it for all users, not just for your user account, or LuaTeX/XeTeX will not be able to find it. On Mac, I believe you need to install it as a System font as well. The Linux version, however, does search user directories such as
You can also save it under the
fonts/truetype/ subdirectory of your local TeX tree. With TeX Live, you can look this up with
kpsewhich -var-value=TEXMFLOCAL. (Or
TEXMFHOME if you aren’t the sysadmin.) With MikTeX, you would create a new directory yourself and set the
TEXINPUTS environment variable.
Finally, if you only need it for one project, you can put it in the project folder. You can also put your fonts in a subdirectory and tell
fontspec where to find them with the
Path= key. This should be a relative, not absolute, path if you want your document to compile on any other computer, including your next one.