Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac

Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac

Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac

How to Install Canon Printer Drivers

  1. Prepare canon printer driver that will be installed, Download preemptively at the link below
  2. Please Double click on the file driver printer you have downloaded before
  3. The first is a desktop screen will display area and please Selection Select Your Place of Residence. Select Asian and click Next. Then will appear the selection method of installation.
  4. Click on “Easy Install” especially for beginners. Because this is a easy instalation without any further settings.
  5. On the confirmation page. Click “Install”
  6. Will Appear three step installation namely: License, Installation and Setup. Click “Yes” and wait until the installation is complete
  7. Finished

 

Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac

This Driver Printer is Support for:

  • Mac Os X v10.5
  • Mac Os X v10.6
  • Mac Os X v10.7
  • Mac Os X v10.8
  • Os X v8
  • Os X v9
  • Os X v10
  • Os X v11

Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac

File Download
File Name
Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac Os X v10.5
Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac Os X v10.6
Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac Os X v10.7
Canon imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Driver for Mac Os X v10.8

Canon Driver for OS X

File Download
File Name
Os X v8
Os X v9
Os X v10
Os X 11

 

Reviews–┬áCanon PIXMA MF8380Cdw costs $ 150 more than its cousin, the imageCLASS MF8080Cw but it is the infinitely better product. It is faster, it costs less to operate, and produces a better yield. It also offers automatic duplexing to save paper costs and is set by default to duplex – a first in my book, and large green praise for Canon for it. In addition to everything else, the printer is very competitive color laser multifunction workgroup (copy / print / scan / fax) in its price range.

automatic duplexing capabilities MF8380Cdw include copying, scanning, and printing on both sides of a document in a single pass. The bottom-mounted paper feeder holds up to 250 sheets (100 more than the maximum MF8080Cw) and the feeder can hold 50 sheets. There slot envelopes as the MF8080Cw; Instead, the front folds down to reveal a multipurpose tray 50 sheets. The output tray holds 150 sheets appreciable.

MF8380Cdw the control panel and printer driver lack conviviality that characterizes the Canon consumer-driven machines. The software seems incomplete, too: For example, the Mac printer driver contained a valid list of paper types, but the Windows printer driver does not. The organization and deployment options in the driver are odd, too. In addition, the MF toolbox for scanning and OCR is a model of efficiency and user-friendly design.

Configuration via USB and Ethernet connections is easy. Wireless, however, requires you MF8380Cdw Ethernet cycle power Wi-Fi, or vice versa. Also, note that you can not have both Ethernet and Wi-Fi connected to the printer simultaneously.

Then things went wonky: The MF8380Cdw initially seemed unable to detect a Wi-Fi network in our region, perhaps overwhelmed by the number (over 20) are detectable in our building. In places with fewer networks, he listed all successfully. We tested this feature using manual configuration and look SSID, WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), the unit also supports. Canon quickly provided a firmware update which partially resolved the previous question, if the MF8380Cdw still can not detect the strongest network signal 10 in the area. If yours is not one of them, you can enter the SSID of your network manually via the control panel.

The MF8380Cdw is slow for a laser MFP working group, due to a long delay before the first page of the document shows. Including the delay, the text and the text and graphics printed at 11.1 pages per minute on the PC and 11.6 ppm on the Mac. The size of snapshot photos took about 18.6 seconds (corresponding to 3.2 ppm ) to print on both plain and glossy photo paper. Photos of all pages printed on Mac bright 2.4 ppm. Scans were remarkably fast: 8.5 seconds to views and between 12 and 17.2 seconds for final analyses.

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