Not a linux question, but I can shed some light...
This is software for your multifunction printer-scanner. OCR stands for Optical Character Recognition, and is used to scan a typed document so your computer can "guess" what the letters are and try to reproduce the text into a word-processing program, like Word. I have had variable success with this, as one recipe called for a cup of chopped barn to be stirred in a large howl. It was supposed to be ham, and bowl. My advice is, get the original disc that came with your printer, or failing that, go to the website for the company that makes your printer, and download that program. Of course, install it. I don't know how often you'll use it, and I actually think you'd get more stability from using linux and forgetting about all that proprietary windows software and paying for it just to have it break down and stoop working, or refuse to work once your "license" has run out. Get a linux disc, available for nothing or next to nothing from linuxcd.org, your local bookstore in the magazine section, or even downloading for free. I personally use ubuntu linux, available at ubuntu.org. In fact, they can give you free cds, no shipping costs. shipit.ubuntu.com. My two cents. Hope you get it sorted out, and next time, don't try asking non-linux questions on a linux forum. It doesn't usually go smoothly. Some of us have opinions about windows, as you'll see. -Bill