Do you know what the Prt Scrn key at the top of your keyboard is used for? Decades ago, when you pressed the Prt Scrn key, what was on your screen was immediately sent to your printer. But things were a lot simpler back then; Computers only displayed text on the screen. There were no graphics and Windows did not exist. There was only text-based DOS. No drivers or software were needed to print text. Now the Prt Scrn key has become an extra key that has virtually no use. But we are bringing back the Print Screen functionality with the full feature of printing everything that is on your screen, including text and graphics, at the exact moment you press the Prt Scrn key. With the PrintScreen Now software on your computer any time you press the Prt Scrn key, the familiar printer dialog box will appear. You can then print your entire screen to any printer that is connected to your computer, including network printers and virtual printers such as PDF writers and fax software. It's that simple.
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Windows Server 2008,