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Google Cloud Print gets Windows compatibility outside of Chrome


It should come as no surprise that Google brought Cloud Print to its own offerings first, but now the service is ready to spread its wings a bit. The company announced today that Cloud Printer is coming to Windows apps like Adobe reader, letting you bypass the necessity for Chrome. Using the driver, you’ll be able to see an entry for the service in your usual drop down of networked printers and, if all goes according to plan, print to your heart’s content. More info on the offering can be found in the source link below.

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Source: Google Chrome Blog


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