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Print Management Software

Remote Queue Manager Personal is a multi-lingual print management software for Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows Vista that can be used to manage local and remote print jobs. The personal edition of the print management software has a few limitations compared to the commercial software but it provides enough functionality to make it worth the installation.

The print management software displays the local and remote printers along with connected domains in the main interface. The status of each printer and the assigned print jobs are displayed next to each printer which provides a great overview. Selecting a printer in the left menu will display the print jobs with information about the name, computer, document and status of each print job.

A right-click on a print job will provide options to cancel, resume, restart and preview among other options. The print management software will display print job information such as the number of pages and copies, time and date, paper size, duplex mode and position in the queue among other information with the option to edit the properties of each print job.

print management software

Managing the print jobs is however only one feature of Remote Queue Manager Personal. A click on the Resources tab will display information about ports, drivers, forms, monitors and processors. It is possible to configure print servers and ports with the print management software. It is for instance possible to open the driver's manufacturer website to download drivers to add but also remove them.

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  1. What is KDE? said on January 30, 2009 at 5:57 pm
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    This looks very similar to Kprint, the built-in KDE print manager. Although, I don’t see where this has some of the really exceptional features of Kprint, such as configuring USB and network printers without the need for driver disks.

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