1. When running, WPrinter adds an icon to the system tray. When you move the
cursor over that icon, hint is shown with Windows default printer name. One
click on the icon shows all available printers menu. Another click allows you to
change Windows default printer.
Please notice that these screen shots have been taken on Windows Vista and up. On other
Windows versions some menu icons will look differently or may not be available.
2. Some of the printer properties can be customized in this version. That
includes printer name (or also known as alias), icon and shortcut.
3. New options on the Shortcuts tab allow you to configure some of the new
WPrinter shortcuts for: printing defaults, printer properties and print jobs
4. Below you can see the screenshot of Lite version. As you can see the
WPrinter's main menu looks a lot more different compared with Pro version.