PDF Batch Print is a minimalistic application which provides a simple, automated task for creating a queue of PDF documents to print. Users of all skill levels can work with this app.
After a brief installation procedure, you are welcomed by a standard window with a plain layout, representing PDF Batch Print's interface.
Unfortunately, there are no other features available, aside from the buttons visible in the main application window.
By following the tool's instructions, you can use only the "drag and drop" method to load multiple items into the workspace; the list shows the path for each PDF. Printing is automatically initialized with the simple click of a button.
However, PDF Batch Print lacks some important functions. For example, you cannot preview PDFs, arrange the items in the list or use the file browser or folder view as an alternative to the "drag and drop" method, since it is not supported by newer operating systems, thus making the app unusable.
Other than that, the software utility runs on a pretty low amount of CPU and system memory. No error dialogs have been shown in our tests and PDF Batch Print did not hang or crash.