Scanitto - is a lite and mighty software application for image acquiring from TWAIN scanners. Scanitto allows: 1. to scan images from scanner, 2. save scanned images to various formats (bmp, jpeg, tiff, png, pdf, gif), 3. make printed copies
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:24
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
BlindScanner Pro 3.24 The BlindScanner Pro software will share and open access to a scanner on the local area network that is not directly connected to your computer, but installed on a computer located in the neighboring room, for example.
BlindScanner 1.6.1 BlindScanner - client-server application that allows using remote scanner by the TCP/IP protocol and easily share a scanner across your LAN (Local Area Network) without the need for additional hardware.
Description: Using the scanner at home or in the office you can have following problems:
- Unuseful and enough hard interface of scanning program which is providing with scanners;
- There is no an opportunity of saving images in a format which is necessary for you.
- There is no function of direct-printing which can save a lot of time for you.
Scanitto has been developed for simplification of scanning process. Use this program you can fast and without any problem receive images from your scanner.
Using Scanitto you can easily and simply scanning images, documents or photos, and save them in a format which is necessary for you. Also Scanitto will give you a function of direct-printing on your printer and allow use your printer and scanner as a copy machine.
Scanitto is simple to use, all that you need is: choose a scanner, setup a scanning settings and a folder for saving scanned images. After scanning you can directly print your images.
Scanitto gives you:
- Simple and user-friendly interface
- The function of direct-printing a scanned images. Make copies
- The opportunity of saving images in follow formats: bmp, jpeg, tiff, png, pdf, gif.
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