MaplePDF is a free software that functions like Adobe Acrobat for creating and converting PDFs. It quickly sets up as a virtual printer in your printer list. Simply print a file and obtain a PDF.
Upon installation, MaplePDF configures itself as a virtual printer in your Windows printer list. This means that one can easily create professional PDF documents with just a click of the "Print" button, from almost any Windows software that is capable of printing.
One of the most remarkable features of MaplePDF is that it is entirely free to use for both personal and commercial purposes. There are no intrusive watermarks or pop-up web advertisements to contend with. Additionally, MaplePDF now supports Windows Vista, which means that users of Vista can now access this software with ease.
What's even more exciting is that MaplePDF has a host of new features that come with its latest update. For starters, users can now create and convert PDFs at a faster pace. MaplePDF also has added support for Windows 8 64-bit and 32-bit, with support for Windows Server 8 x64 and x86 also added.
Moreover, there is no conflict between MaplePDF and its commercial version, MaplePDF Pro. Multiple Language Interface for English, French, Spanish, and German have been improved, and new language support for Asia languages, East European, and Middle European languages has been added.
MaplePDF can be used in Microsoft Terminal Server and Citrix Terminal Server Environments, enabling PDF print driver sharing across the network. Commissioning and uninstallation of the printer driver is also easy, and it is compatible with all editions of Windows 8, Windows 7/Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Server 8, 2012, 2008, 2003.
MaplePDF stands out as excellent software for PDF creation and conversion, with outstanding features and seamless compatibility across all Windows versions. It's a must-have for anyone in need of professional PDFs.
Version 5.0: Add support for Windows 8 64bits