AirPrint Activator for Windows iOS 7 Guide

If you are using an iPhone or an iPad that runs on iOS 4.2 or above, then you will know about the indigenous printing service in the iOS system, known as the AirPrint. AirPrint is a very neat feature of the iOS operating system that offers printing services directly from the mobile device over Wi-Fi. That means that you can print you documents and photos using printers that are connected over Wi-Fi. The feature works best if you have HP’s ePrint printers that can connect directly via Wi-Fi, or you can also use printers that are connected to your Windows or Mac desktop. Macs have a built in feature that allows AirPrint to be easily used.

However, while using on Windows, you will need to Activate AirPrint manually, or by using another application.

Getting Started

First of all, you need to make sure that you have the latest version on iTunes installed on your Windows system. It is recommended that you have Windows 7 or above installed. However, this tutorial is also applicable for Windows XP. First you will need to download the AirPrint ZIP package that is available at the Apple website.

Setting it up manually

Next you will have to extract the AirPrint ZIP package and put the AirPrint files into C: or D: drive root directory (so you can access it easily).

Next you will have to open command prompt (Windows Start Menu – All programs – Accessories – Command Prompt). You can open the run dialogue box and type in ‘cmd’ and press Enter to open it.

Type D: or C: on the command prompt (depends on the location where you extract the zip file)

Once opened, execute the ‘airprint.exe’ file from the Program Files directory via command prompt along with these arguments: “depend= “Bonjour Service” start= auto”. After this command, run the command “sc.exe start AirPrint”. Then, with the Windows Firewall configured, you are good to go.

More details:

For Windows 32-bit version, run this command:

sc.exe create AirPrint binPath= “C:\Program Files (x86)\AirPrint\airprint.exe -s” depend= “Bonjour Service” start= auto

sc.exe start AirPrint

For Windows 64-bit version, run this command:

sc.exe create AirPrint binPath= “C:\Program Files\AirPrint\airprint.exe -s” depend= “Bonjour Service” start= auto

sc.exe start AirPrint

Replace the ” (quotation mark) from the command above with your own quotation mark on keyboard.

Now you can directly print from your iOS device

Using an AirPrint Activator for Windows

Don’t forget to enable printer sharing option from Control Panel → right-click on the printer and choose Printer Properties → click Sharing tab.

This is an easier way, but this will require installation of additional software on your system. The O’print application allows you to use any PC to print documents via AirPrint. Also, it supports any printer you want. Even models that are no longer sold works with this. In addition, you get some smart features like directly saving the document to Dropbox and more. Also, shared printers can be password protected so that you have peace of mind.

O’Print is actually a print server for Windows. It gets the print data from your iOS device via the AirPrint service and then transfers the data to your printer that does the printing job. So, basically, O’print works like a translator that translates the AirPrint requests to Windows’ printing requests.

O’Print works on any Windows PCs having Windows XP or above. Windows 8 PCs are supported too. Any working printer will do. A local network with Bonjour pass is needed. O’Print is available for free for 30 days. After the evaluation period, you have to buy it for $19.80.

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Windows is checking for a solution… How-to Disable?

Windows is checking for a solution to the program…

Windows is checking for a solution to the problem
Windows is checking for a solution to the problem

This thing appears whenever your program is not responding or it’s not working properly, Windows automatically creates a problem report so you can check for a solution. But, have you ever find a solution with this feature?
I don’t! So, I decided to turn this thing off.

Windows is checking for a solution… How-to Disable it?

  1. Simply click Start (Windows) button and start typing choose how to… and you should see some options appear. Select Choose how to report problems from the menu.

    disabled "windows is checking for a solution"
    disabled “windows is checking for a solution”
  2. Select Never check for solutions (not recommended) and then click OK.

Another way to disable Windows error checking:

  1. To check for solutions to problems at any time
  2. Open Action Center by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel, and then, under System and Security, clicking Review your computer’s status.
  3. Click Maintenance.
  4. Under Check for solutions to problem reports, click Check for solutions. Windows will notify you if there are any solutions to problems available for your computer.


How to run Spotify in any country..!! Without an Invite [LEGAL]

Spotify is a digital music service that gives you access to millions of songs for FREE. But Sadly Spotify Service is available only in few specific European countries. So I have just made video Tutorial on how you could access Spotify Outside US For Free And Without An Invite.

Tunnel Bear Download Link for Windows and Mac:

Spotify Download Link:

Check out on Youtube: How to Run Spotify in Any Country legally!

Download iTunes 10.7 (Windows and Mac)

What’s new on iTunes 10.7?

Download iTunes 10.7
Download iTunes 10.7

iTunes 10.7 adds support for iOS 6 running on compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models. This update also adds support for the latest iPod nano and iPod shuffle models.

iTunes 10.7 Requirements on Windows

Windows System Requirements

  • PC with a 1GHz Intel or AMD processor and 512MB of RAM
  • Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, 32-bit editions of Windows Vista or Windows 7
  • 64-bit editions of Windows Vista or Windows 7 require the iTunes 64-bit installer
  • 250MB of available disk space
  • Broadband Internet connection to use the iTunes Store

iTunes 10.7 for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit)
Download iTunes 10.7 for Windows (32-bit)
File Size: 74.91 MB
SHA1: 499c39aad4a05c76286e3159f4e1e081dab8fe86

iTunes 10.7 for Windows (64-bit)
Download iTunes 10.7 for Windows (64-bit)
File Size: 76.79 MB
SHA1: c632854371097edbf3d831f7f2d449297d9f988e

iTunes 10.7 Requirements on Macintosh

  • Mac computer with an Intel Core processor and 512MB of RAM
  • OS X version 10.6.8 or later
  • Safari 4.0.3 or later
  • 400MB of available disk space
  • Broadband Internet connection to use the iTunes Store

iTunes 10.7 for Mac

Download iTunes 10.7 for Mac
File size: 157.33 MB
SHA1: 0ff7c404f87122f89d49ed6c411b3692f1016e0a

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