Have you tried printing to PDF on Windows 10 and 2016 yet? No? Well, you are going to love this.
In previous versions of Windows, Microsoft tried to push a file format called XPS. It never quite took off as PDF remained the file format of choice. Printing to PDF was never straight forward and always required the installation of additional software. The good news is that with the newest versions of Windows, Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016, Microsoft has given up on the XPS format and embraced PDF by including native print to PDF functionality!
Printing to PDF has never been as simple as it is now. The new, built-in Print to PDF feature will be selectable in your printer list from any application from which you need to print. Simply select the printer Microsoft Print to PDF, click the big print button, select your destination, name the file and you’re done!