We all enjoyed iOS 4.2.1 on our iOS devices: it brings multitasking for iPad, folder, AirPlay (sort of) and wirelessly iOS printing which is called AirPrint. But AirPrint is currently on Mac OS X only and works with some HP-printers. Mac users can use Printopia to enable AirPrint for non-compatible printers. Windows users can do the same now!
For Windows users who want AirPrint to work with their computer there is a new tool works on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows called ‘AirPrint Activator.’
After downloading the tool from the link below, install and activate AirPrint for Windows. Then you have to have the printer in System Preferences (printer properties) to share. Already, all printers under Windows 32-bit or Windows 64-bit for iOS 4.2.1 and AirPrint available. Please note that AirPrint.exe must be enabled in Windows Firewall. [via 9to5mac]
Download AirPrint Activator for Windows