Power Printing with iPrint
reducing the amount of ink, toner, and paper that's usedMacEase has rolled out the release of iPrint 1.5.1. iPrint is a highly rated printing utility that adds a keyboard shortcut to OS X which enables users to instantly print just the data that they select in any program. iPrint even enables users to selectively print data from programs that can't print their own data. iPrint improves users' productivity by preventing them from wasting valuable time sifting through unnecessary data that they previously were forced to print.
Additionally, iPrint quickly pays for itself many times over by significantly reducing users' expenditures on ink/toner and paper - using iPrint can more than double the life of users' ink and toner cartridges. Other benefits of using iPrint include the elimination of common Web browser printing problems and the elimination of being forced to print unnecessary and ink-intensive Web ads.
The cost savings and productivity benefits of using iPrint are multiplied for businesses, schools, and other locations that use multiple computers.
New in iPrint 1.5.1:
* A DMG installer is being used for easy installation of iPrint
* iPrint's icon has been improved
* Small enhancements to iPrint's code have been added
A Macintosh computer with System 10.3.x, 10.4.x, or 10.5.x; a PowerPC or Intel processor.
Free site licenses are being offered to public primary and secondary schools so that the significant savings realized from using iPrint can be applied to essential school services. Additionally, using iPrint enhances the learning process by allowing students to focus on just the material that is relevant to their work.
Steve Becker, the owner of MacEase, has been developing freeware and shareware for the Macintosh since 1997. The software from MacEase specializes in collecting, saving, organizing and printing information. The focus at MacEase is to develop software that extends the capabilities of the user's computer, improves workflow and productivity, and enhances the user experience. - Berkeley, CA - Published March 2009
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