What really bugs me is that not only it was "dugg", but it was also blogged about in top places like Download Squad, Digital Inspiration, and Lifehacker just to name a few. Come on now, did you get paid or something? As a reader of these blogs, I respect and trust their knowledge but I was surprised to see none of them mentioned the open source software in the posts. Moreover, if your aim is "to print a web page, word document, photo or pretty much anything else" and save it as a PDF file, you don't even need to download anything.
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Simple, huh? It is also easier for PC users than buying a new computer (e.g. Mac), installing a new operating system (e.g. Linux), or downloading a new set of software (e.g. OpenOffice).
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