ScanSnap Manager Dock pop-up menu in Mojave (left) and Catalina (right)On the download page, Fujitsu added a comment about a few features in the 6.x (32-bit) versions that are not yet in the V7 (64-bit) version:
Thanks so much for this article! I also got my S510M working by downloading the S1500M version that @typ993 mentioned (funny, I used the same logic). Until now I had a Parallels instance of Mojave running just to keep the Scansnap working.
According to the Japanese download page, that is a feature that (used to, but not in V7.0) convert an (existing) already-scanned PDF file into a Searchable PDF file. The page emphasizes that the Convert to Searchable PDF (at the scanning time) feature is still present in V7.0.
Just downloaded the new ScanSnap Manager V7 for our S1500M scanner on our 2020 Macbook Pro with Catalina OS and the scanner works just fine quite similar to our other Macs running El Capitain, and High Sierra. Thank you Tidbits for letting this community know about V7!!!
This August I was tasked with scanning many estate-related documents and pictures at a location 95 miles from my office. I bought an iX1500 and downloaded ScanSnap Manager to my Office Catalina system with good results. I then installed ScanSnap Manager on a 2017 MacBook Pro (my Big Sur Beta test machine). Scanning was done at a remote site where my iPhone hotspot provided wireless connectivity. I scanned a few hundred pictures and dozens of documents with no problems. I can recommend this solution.
I bought an iX1500 and downloaded ScanSnap Manager to my Office Catalina system with good results. I then installed ScanSnap Manager on a 2017 MacBook Pro (my Big Sur Beta test machine). Scanning was done at a remote site where my iPhone hotspot provided wireless connectivity.
Fujitsu appears to be in full development/restoration mode with ScanSnap Manager. The version I downloaded was labeled 7.1 L25, and for the most part looks like a modern version of the manager that was in the box when I purchased my scanner in 2011.
You can buy the Anywhere 5 in one of four colors: black, red, white, or turquoise (we tested the black model). IRIS also makes two versions of the Anywhere 5, WiFi (reviewed here) and a non-WiFi (USB only) version for $20 less. The Wi-Fi radio allows you to connect to the scanner without a cable, as well as connect to your Windows, Android, or iOS smartphone or tablet via a downloadable app. That said, no matter whether you connect via the included USB cable (which is required for charging, anyway) or over the air, you can't scan directly to your PC or Mac. Instead, your computing device downloads your scans from the included 4GB MiniSD card. The computer sees the scanner as a portable storage drive. Or you can remove the memory card, insert it into the included adaptor, and retrieve your scans via the SD card slot on your PC.
Setting up the Anywhere 5 consists of inserting the MiniSD card into a slot in the back of the device and then charging the scanner from a USB source, such as a laptop, desktop, or USB charger. The entire process takes all of about 5 minutes. Charging, on the other hand, takes about 1.5 hours, which is an improvement over some previous iterations, such as the Anywhere 2 we reviewed several years ago; it took 4 hours to charge. While setting up the device itself was easy, due primarily to some not-so-clear Getting Started material that comes in the box, I had a little difficulty finding and downloading the so-called bundled software, and it didn't help that the company's website said that included programs were part of the "Box content."
شرکت سازنده: IRISنام انگلیسی: Readirisشماره نسخه: v16.0.2 Build 11871نام فارسی: ریدآیریزقیمت: 676,14 دلار آمریکا (صرفاً جهت اطلاع)حجم فایل: ~410 مگابایتتاریخ انتشار: 10:39 - 1397/6/18 | 2018.09.09منبع: پی سی دانلود / www.p30download.irامتیاز: 5/5 2b1af7f3a8