Yes. BUT, regardless of some calling it planned obsolescence, the issue appears to be that once a product is no longer produced or sold there is no money coming in to pay the programmers to keep the software up-to-date and compatible with the more frequent changes of operating systems, companies would have to take resources away from newer products.Would it not be a better way to get an older device going, by creating drivers for newer systems??
I've been using Hamrick's Vuescan since Windows 7. My Acer scanner is 20 years old. It works with just about every known scanner with a USB interface. It is the driver software & works with all software that "acquires scanner". You can try before you buy. The pro license costs more but never expires.out of curiosity: does this software come with the drivers??....
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