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The Age Of Wireless Printing: Wireless Printer Setup

By Edited Feb 10, 2016 0 0

Wireless Printing: Setup

Although the digital age creates a plethora of opportunities to communicate through non-traditional means, e.g. through email, the physical copy created through printing is still an object in need and the wireless printer setup is apart of it.

The act of printing may live in the physical realm, but the process has been brought into the 21st century with the inclusion of network capabilities in the form of a wireless printer.

The popularity of wireless notebook computers and the inclusion of mobile devices, like smartphones and tablets, have made the notion of wired peripherals something to frown upon.

Wireless printers head the call for innovation and the need to connect to a wide variety of devices. Most wireless printers utilize "Wi-Fi" technology.

Wi-Fi technology uses a wireless LAN (local area network) that allows communications between multiple computers. This kind of wireless printer will also benefit situations in where one printer is shared between many devices.

When the consumer looks to purchase a new printer in today's market, it might actually be more difficult to find a traditional wired printer than a wireless printer.

Most of the brands like Lexmark, Brother, Kodak, and many more give the consumer a variety of options for their wireless needs. Wireless printer setup can be tricky business for those who are used to the simple plug and print options that earlier models have offered (simply insert the drivers disc and install).

Wireless networking may seem difficult, but in reality is quite simple. The need for the best wireless printer setup calls for knowledge of not only printers, but also of wireless technology. A solid wireless network that gives coverage around the entire area of operation is needed for most wireless printers.

Assuming the person looking to continue with their wireless printer setup has the necessary Wi-Fi network in place, the consumer can set-up their printer based on the manufacturers instructions.

Most printers include not only a booklet with step-by-step instructions on the best wireless printer setup for their model, but includes a disc with drivers and more troubleshooting options.

Also, most printers come with a link to a website that will give them up-to-date instructions on how to setup the printer as well. Updated drivers are important for the functioning of the printer. A driver is small programs that the printer or computer need to keep going without malfunctioning do to upgrades. Because the internet is always changing, the printers and computers constantly need to be upgraded.

All you have to do to download these "Drivers" is going to the given website from the link you received when you bought your wireless printer and find them there.

You may have to search for drivers or downloads, but most sites have a link or button to push on the front page.

The instruction booklet itself should give you the real link you need to find the drivers themselves. But if it does not, than you should go to the website and search like mentioned before.

Newer models with LCD screens built-in to the printer can give you the option to configure the printer without the need for connection to a computer.

The printer can detect Wi-Fi networks in range automatically.

If you are setting up the printer in a larger home or workspace, make sure to find a central place in the area for printer placement. New technologies can seem over-complicated during setup, but the reward of wireless printing can simplify your life.



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