OS X is more advanced than OS 9 in many ways, but you can’t print a Finder window. Drop a folder onto Print Center to get an ugly text listing, but that’s about it. Print Window comes to the rescue by allowing you to print the contents of any Finder window via drag-&-drop, manual selection, a key combination, or the Finder’s Services menu. It goes beyond the classic Mac OS by letting you print all file information, just file names, just the current window’s contents, a hierarchical listing of all subfolders, or icons. Or include your own custom headers.