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QR Code Reader for Windows: Decode QR Code on Your Computer

QR Codes are found everywhere these days, including on magazines, products, and websites. If you come across a QR Code while browsing the web, and do not have you phone to hand or do not have a suitable reader app installed on it, then you can use QR Code Desktop reader to scan the QR Code and reveal the information it contains.

QR Code Desktop reader is a handy, free application for Windows. Using it, you can select any QR code that is displayed on your computer screen and read its content. You can also use the app to scan QR codes in images files.

To read QR Code, just click the “From Screen” button and draw a square around the QR code. The text from the code will be displayed in the box below. The information can be copied to the Windows clipboard or saved to a file.

QR Code Desktop reader can be downloaded from source here.


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