Downloads: OneNote 64-bit Print Driver, Daemon Tools for Windows 7

Some great downloads for Windows 7 and Windows 64-bit users today:

Microsoft Office OneNote 64 Bite Print Driver:

Short version: I have a solution for those of you needing a 64 bit OS solution for printing to OneNote. Read on for details.

Well… it’s been a long time between posts. Without making excuses, suffice it to say we’ve been crazy busy working on the next release of OneNote. And given strong feedback about the 64 bit print driver issue, I decided to put what little spare time I had into trying to develop a 64 bit OS solution for printing to OneNote 2007 for you, rather than blogging.

So after spending some time over Thanksgiving and Christmas vacations and more than a few evenings coding I now have a solution you can download to enable you to print to OneNote 2007 from 64 bit Vista (and Windows 7 beta if you have it…).

You can see the details, download, installation and usage instructions for the XPS2OneNote 64 bit OneNote print driver solution on codeplex.

Learn more HERE

DAEMON Tools Lite Version 4.30.4 is released with Windows 7 Support

What’s new in this version:

  • Windows 7 beta supporting (SPTD 1.58);
  • Protected images creation: “Password” field on Disc Imaging dialog;
  • Compressed images creation: “Compress” option on Disc Imaging dialog;
  • “Image Catalog” item was moved to the first level of Main Menu;
  • MDF-file type association option;
  • Languages updates.

Bugs fixed:

  • Devices speeds detection;
  • Lite-ON DHXXXXX drives supporting;
  • Large RAID volumes issue;
  • Mounting B6T DVD images;
  • Setup improving: Unicode supporting;
  • Some minor interface bugs.

You could learn more about DAEMON Tools Lite Commercial 4.30.4 or download free version for personal and non-commercial use at Download section.

I think the only thing I have worry about before upgrading to Windows 7 RC is my Antivirus.



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