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iPrint 6.0< のgiveaway は 2009年8月24日
Widnows XP, Vista, Windows 7
* Simple and easy to use.
* Allows you to easily choose which pages to print.
* Can automatically detect "crap" pages and "deletes" them.
* Allows you to easily print multiple pages on one sheet.
* Gives you statistics on pages/money saved.
* Works with anything you need to print - not just websites.
* Works with other printer friendly tools.
* Always stay on in the background.
* The iPrint window does not automatically close after you do the actually printing.
* No way to "undelete" multiple pages at once.
* Selecting multiple pages could have been done better.
* You cannot change page orientation from within the program.
* You still get the default print popup window even after you setup everything in iPrint.
* Small annoying bug with the buttons.
The following software are not exactly "alternative" to iPrint because they don't directly do the samething as iPrint. However they are software that allow you make websites printer friendly (so in other words accomplish the same goal as iPrint):
For final verdict, recommendations, and full review please click here.
I've been using iPrint since it was offered on Bits du Jour. There are some minor UI issues, but Inzone is working on them. The easiest way to use it is to double-click a page to delete/undelete, right-click a page to see a zoomed view of that page. Can you do this with most applications' Print Preview? Yes, but not as conveniently. Typically, you must specify which pages to print. iPrint makes it easy to visually deselect specific pages.
I disagree with a number of Ashraf's statements. iPrint has its own printing preferences, which are different from your physical or virtual (such as PDF or XPS) printer's preferences. It's not possible for iPrint to handle your printer's preferences in advance.
This is largely a knock-off of GreenPrint, which is itself a stripped-down knock-off of FinePrint. Another app with similar capabilities (among many others) is ClickBook. Personally, I like iPrint, because it has a very responsive and easy-to-use UI for what it does. iPrint leaves duplexing up to your printer's Preferences, some of the other apps attempt to handle duplexing with their own options or via their own manual handling (you need very reliable paper-feeding for manual duplexing). I have licenses for iPrint, GreenPrint, and an ancient version of ClickBook; FinePrint has been around a long time but I haven't used it.
I don't mind that the UI stays up until you close it. It makes it easy to re-print if your printer screwed-up, you want another copy, or you want to also print to another physical or virtual printer. I've communicated a number of UI issues with the developer. I was aware of the buttons sometimes showing up over other windows, but I didn't complain to the developer about that because it would be very rare to open another window while you're doing a print preview.
Although I usually leave iPrint as my default printer, I print directly to specific printers when I don't need its capabilities. That avoids issues with two different sets of printing preferences.
Please note that to get this application work correctly you need to restart your PC after installation.
Giveaway of the Day project team.
Good morning everyone,
*** Smooth download/installation/activation on Vista Home Premium ex64 SP2 system, without need to usng Run As Administrator privilege.
*** Smooth program access/operation without need to use Run As Administrator privilege.
*** Compatible with Vista x64 bit system, which is not always the case with every software program on the market.
*** Simple, clean, intuitive, easy-to-understand, easy-to-navigate Graphical User Interface (GUI).
*** Easily and accurately captured an exhaustive list of my available printers, and included them within its own program interface.
*** Registration information (license key and Giveaway name) are accurately and prominently listed in both the About section and the Help Registration section.
*** Complete, thorough, useful help guidance located online via developer's site.
*** Available print-job formats include: printing to one page, printing 2 pages for each printed page, printing 4 pages for each printed page.
*** allows for editing/formatting of print job via its own print-dialoge/editing menu.
*** allows for choice of available printers for use with print job.
*** has a zoom feature to zoom in and out of displayed print-preview pages.
*** has a button feature to allow user to delete selected pages from print job, prior to printing.
*** has a button feature that displays savings statistics/information, such as pages saved, cents-per page saved, total dollar amount saved, and percentage savings using the iprint program.
*** Smooth, automatic, seamless integration and operation wtihin internet explorer.
*** Overall easy, simple, intuitive program operation.
*** Help-option and Support-option links are displayed both in the About Section and the Help Section of the program.
ACTUAL PROGRAM OPERATION:
I successfully created a 1-page document using my microsoft works document processor sub-program, edited the page using the iPrint program (specifying my desired print preferences) and then printed the resulting tailored document to my regular HP printer (which was listed, along with all my other printers within the iPrint program). The result was successful and satisfactory, as expected.
The iPrint program also automatically started up as soon as I clicked on the "print button" via the Microsoft Works program.
*** GUI could be much more visually appealing and attractive (IMHO).
*** No Help Guide contained within the program itself. Help instructions are located only online, via developer's site.
*** No support contact information located within program. This information is located only online, via developer's site.
*** Contains relatively few editing features and options. Could use a bit more beefing up in the way of utilitiies (maybe in a future version, hopefully).
SUMMARY: Program operates smoothly, as expected and as per stated description and specifications. For this reason, I give today's GiveAway a two-thumbs-up. Thanks much, GOTD and InZone Software, for a very nice and useful software program.
Freeware Options (for those who may miss today's GiveAway) include:
This program is compatible with Windows NT / XP / 2003 / Vista / XP X64 / 2008 / 7
Print Service Manager
This program is compatible with Windows 2K / XP / 2003 / Vista / XP X64 / 2008 / Vista64 / 7
Please note - these freeware programs have varying capabilities, features, and functions compared with today's GOTD offering.
Ignore the greenprint.com crap link - it's neither free, nor is it software; it's a printing service.
Some ways you can save paper now without adding software:
- use 2-up/4-up printing in Word
- check to see if your printer driver supports 2-up/4-up printing(after you click Print..., click on Properties next to your printer name and look around the options)
- try using the duplexing feature that is on many office printers(double-sided printing).
Combining 4-up printing with duplexing allows you to print 8 pages on one piece of paper, and can be very convenient as well.
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