The HP Scanner is a great little tool for taking screenshots, but it’s also useful for finding out which applications you’re using.
HP has now added a new feature that lets you scan the contents and search the file system of your scanner with just a few clicks.
The feature is available in the Scanner Tool and it can scan files and folders on a specific device, or just a certain part of the system.
You can search for certain files on a device by clicking on its icon and then clicking Scan.
When you’re done, you can choose whether or not you want to continue scanning.
When you select the scanner to scan, it will tell you the exact device it’s on, the size of the file, and the date/time stamp.
This can help you identify if you have any files or other information on that particular device.
There’s also a new function for you to enable or disable this scanning.
Selecting Scan and then Advanced Settings will let you disable this feature.
Now, you have a lot of options to use in the scanner.
The only limitation is that you’ll have to be a bit more patient and scan at least once a day to ensure you don’t miss anything.
With this new Scanner, HP says it’s adding a new option that lets it scan the file systems of any devices.
It’s not as useful as you’d expect.
It’s easy to miss some files, especially if you’re not on a strict file-system-scanning schedule.
But, as you can see from the screenshot above, you might have found a file or two to scan.