FreeFlow Core

FreeFlow Core Support & Software

  • Utilities & Applications

      • Date: Sep 10, 2019
      • Version: 5.3
      • Size: 1.1 GB
      • Format: EXE

      FreeFlow Core 5.3

        Description
        Download this file if you...
        - Are interested in a 45-day trial of FreeFlow Core OR
        - Are a new FreeFlow Core customer with a Serial Number and Activation Key provided in your kit. OR
        - Are an existing FreeFlow Core customer wanting to upgrade to the latest release, (At 3.0x or 4.0x? - Your current Activation Key will be used to license this latest version).

        • Date: Sep 10, 2019
        • Version: 5.3x
        • Size: 894.4 MB
        • Format: ZIP

        • Date: Sep 10, 2019
        • Version: 5.3
        • Size: 38.4 MB
        • Format: EXE

        • Date: Sep 10, 2019
        • Version: 5.3 Submit Utility
        • Size: 85 MB
        • Format: EXE

        FreeFlow® Core Cloud Submit

          Description
          FreeFlow® Core Cloud Submit allows Job Submission to FreeFlow Core Cloud and FreeFlow Core instances running in cloud environments. The FreeFlow Core Cloud Submit client includes both a stand-alone desktop application and Microsoft Office Add-ins for Word, PowerPoint and Excel. See the FreeFlow Core Cloud Quick Start Guide and online Help for more information.

          • Date: Oct 11, 2018
          • Version: 2.0
          • Size: 29.1 MB
          • Format: ZIP

          FreeFlow® Core Iridesse™ Accelerator

            Description
            Accelerate your Xerox® Iridesse™ Production Press with Xerox® FreeFlow® Core Engine Accelerators: a set of pre-built workflows and tools designed to leverage printer-specific capabilities and features.

            • Date: Sep 10, 2018
            • Version: Cloud 5.1.0.1 and above
            • Size: 172.4 MB
            • Format: ZIP

        • Firmware

            Note: It is highly recommended to consult with your Network or System Administrator before performing any software (firmware) update. Some updates may cause the machine to become non-compliant and cease to work as intended with the environment in which it is installed.