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iCopy 1.6.3
iCopy 1.6.3 iCopy is a free Windows application that lets you combine your scanner and printer into a powerful copy machine. With a single click, you can directly print your copies or save them to image or PDF files. Fast. Simple. Free. You can run iCopy by just pressing the button of your scanner!! Its simple user interface lets you manage scanner and printer options, like brightness, contrast, number of copies in a couple of seconds. You can save images to file or export to PDF without the need of other software! iCopy is small and no installation is required.And, most importantly, it is free and opensource! Image Settings iCopy lets you control various settings with a few clicks, including Scaling, Resolution, Brightness and Contrast Document Feeders iCopy supports Automatic Document Feeders, so that you can copy a large amount of pages automatically Create PDFs iCopy can save your acquired pages to PDF, without the need of other software Other Features Scanning mode selection Scan to file function Scan Multiple Pages before printing Preview function Scaling by percentage function No installation needed Little hard disk space required Compatible with all WIA scanners and all printers Command line parameters System requirements Microsoft Windows XP SP or newer, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 or newer Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or higher A WIA (Windows Image Acquisition) compatible scanner (mostly all scanners A printer
5/5 1,960 Oct 23, 2019
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