Summary: If you've got a Vista driver, you've got a Win 8 driver. About five minutes' effort gets you there. Oh, and you really need to sign your drivers, I think it costs about $70 a year to get a cert from Comodo. Hell, I'VE got one for the free stuff I write. There's simply no excuse for selling a device with drivers that aren't signed, or that a vendor has a "Vista" driver and not a Win 8 driver. So unless you're running Vista, this isn't a good buy.
Summary: I never received any software to operate the scanner and when I checked on line to purchase software it was ~$50.00.The total investment would be more than buying a new unit. I asked to return the scanner and I was turned down, they stated it was a purchase as is... Be sure to read all of the print don't make the same mistake that I did.
Summary: Like others have said, its not the fastest scanner but it works as designed. If you only do a few docs at any given time it will work, if you need something that can do volume fast, go with a a higher end device.
Summary: When I purchase this scanner I was naive enough to believe that, although Windows 8 was not mentioned, it would have access to the upgrade drivers to catalog it my system so it would be usable. Apparently I was wrong and I haven't been able to located drivers to upgrade this devise so that it would be usable.
Summary: This scanner is easy to install and its quick scanning has allowed to get rid of papers I don't need but have kept a copy.Software is easy to use and scanner quickly responds to paper insertion. Scanning quality is excellent.