Bonjour Print Services for Windows

Bonjour Print Services for Windows

Free
Bonjour Printer Wizard lets you configure printers from your computer
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Bonjour Print Services for Windows is a very useful tool that allows you to discover, manage and use in best conditions Bonjour enabled printers connected to you'r personal computer using Bonjour Printer Wizard. With this program you can set you'r printer to work with best setings and conditions.

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Judy Sedgwick

Judy Sedgwick Does the printer have Wi-Fi?

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Guest

Guest So I guess Windows 10 is not supported, since I'm having great difficulty getting it to work. Why isn't anyone trying to solve this issue?

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Guest #37670500 How can I have a sheet on which I can write and print for correspondence?

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