Will condescend to take a bit.
- JONATHAN SWIFT, Cadenus and Vanessa (1713)
For the first test I've choosen format that is by default supported in Linux, but not in Windows: PostScript. There are different ways how to add support for PostScript documents to Windows:
Thanks to the virtualization there is another way to view and print postscript files: doknir! First we have to find a postscript file. Let's go to the Donald Ervin Knuth website. There are sneak previews of Volume 4 of "The Art of Computer Programming" (TAOCP), for example Pre-Fascicle 0b: Boolean Basics. It is compressed postscript file (.ps.gz), which can be unzipped with 7-zip or WinRAR. Open folder with unzipped document (fasc0b.ps) and right-click on it:Click on 'doknir' and wait until the document appears in virtual appliance:
Here is the scanned result:
P.S. Can this process be simpler? Of course ... [in work]