All PostScript (*.ps) files may be downloaded to a PostScript- capable printer for hard copy output.
copy /b "filename".ps "xxx#" -where "filename" is the filename directory and filename of the PostScript file that you wish to print out. (ie. C:\TEMP\AN001.PS) -where "xxx#" sends the print job to the specified printer port -lpt1 = send the print job to the printer on LPT1 or parallel port number 1 -lpt2 = send the print job to the printer on LPT2 or parallel port number 2
FTP Site: ftp.natinst.com or 188.8.131.52 where the files are located: /pub/pstool.sea.hqx /pub/LaserWriter.Util.7.6.2.sea.hqx
On Unix machines "gs" (ghostscript) and "ghostview" is commonly spread, just use the command "gs filename" or "ghostview filename" where the filename is the document to view. With help of these programs you may actually print postscript documents on any printer, even those without postscript! See the program documentation for further details.
There is also a ghostview version for Windows95 that is equivallent to the Unix program. In addition to that there is a free program called "RoPS" that handles many (but not all) postscript files.