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August 7th, 2006, 04:09 PM #1Printer Anywhere?
Is anybody here familiar with Printer Anywhere? They have a beta download at printeranywhere.com. It sounds good, but I am wondering if it's spyware or something. I don't see anyway that they can make money so it makes me wonder if this is okay. TIA!
With PrinterAnywhere you can share your printer in less than a minute and let other people connected to the Internet (your friends, relative and colleagues) print paper documents on it. You donít need to know or deal with specifics of network sharing, complex settings and figuring out Windows access rights.
Our software automatically detects printers connected to your computer including local network printers. As long as you can print in it yourself, you can share the printer and let other people use it. You can stop sharing one or any number of shared printers at any time. Sharing printers is intuitive, simple, easy to understand and control.
As an owner of the printer you may wish to confirm every print job before physically printing it on the paper. You may also wish to know who the document came from and have an option to accept or reject it. Both features are available in PrinterAnywhere software.
With our solution you can almost immediately receive and print documents and photos from your friends and relatives. You donít need to receive emails (even to have an email account) and therefore deal with many issues associated with emails Ė unwanted messages (spam), viruses and spyware that are common.
Traditionally, many documents would be sent via fax. Just like fax PrinterAnywhere provides the point-to-point immediate document delivery. However, unlike fax it does not have quality issues (the documents are delivered digitally without any data or quality loss), large documents including graphics can be transmitted in seconds and you donít need to have an ugly old fax machine.
August 8th, 2006, 12:30 AM #2
I did a run through sites I have bookmarked and didn't find anything. I submitted a download review to McAfee SiteAdvisor and will let you know what they report back.
August 9th, 2006, 07:39 PM #3
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