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VueScan Scanner Software For Linux

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VueScan Scanner Software For Linux.

VueScan is a commercial and cross-platform graphical application that allows users get the most out of their scanner devices. It provides advanced features and powerful functionality. The program makes your existing scanner to work as well as a new one. It is fast, easy-to-use, and lets you to continue using it even if you buy a new scanner.

Helps you access hidden features of your scanner:

If you want to access your scanner's advanced features, or if it's no longer supported by your Linux operating system, download VueScan right now from Softpedia. The software provides support for more than 2400 scanners and numerous digital camera raw files.

Easy to use graphical user interface:

With a single mouse click, you will be able to preserve and share your entire photo collection. The user interface is composed of an empty area on the right side, where the scanned image is displayed, and a sidebar with six tabs on the left side, from where you can set input, output, crop, filter and color options.

Version: VueScan 9.7.88 was released on June 17, 2022

Reverse Engineering:
They reverse engineered over 7100 scanners so you can keep using the scanner you already have.

Supported scanners you can find here.

For LMDE5 users, you can use the Software Manager to install the program.

First download version 9.7.88.

How to install using a terminal window:

cd Downloads

Press Enter.

sudo dpkg -i vuex64-9.7.88.deb

Press Enter. Done.

VueScan Editions:
You can purchase two Editions of VueScan - Standard $39,95 U.S or Professional $89,95 U.S - but there is only one file to download. After you purchase and enter a serial number, the Standard Edition or Professional Edition features are enabled.

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