A straightforward and easy-to-use application that enables users to print from various programs to Windows, USB, or GDI printers
|Updated||November 14 2019|
p.i. Guolo Davide N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2.6 MB|
Printfil is a software solution for users who are in need of printing documents with multiple printers of various generations. It makes the most of old printing hardware.
The application is easy to install and requires little computer resources to work efficiently. Printfil enables users to do a print job regardless of the age of the hardware. It supports GDI, USB, IP network and fax printers.
Another useful feature is that the application can run on all Windows environments, meaning users can install the same application across all operating systems from an entire office building. Unfortunately, users can only access the application from the system tray.
Printfil enables users to preview their documents before sending the print job to the machine. An interesting fact is that the application allows users to add final touches to the document, by merging images (BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG, WMF, PDF and EMF) with the text. This means users can get rid of pre-printed forms.
Users are able to print PDF documents that are encrypted or password protected. Moreover, the application can archive print jobs to a specified folder and automatically delete archived files older than 'n' days.
Printfil Crackl is able to handle a great variety of printing jobs. In addition to normal ANSI and OEM characters, the application supports barcodes, RAW files and many more, without changing the original data flow.
To sum it up, the application is a comprehensive and multifaceted printing tool that provides great support for Windows operating systems. It allows both beginners and experts to print various files from and to numerous locations.
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