A device driver is a piece of software that allows your machine to communicate with your computer or mobile device. Brother drivers enable your Brother printer, label maker, or sewing machine to communicate with your computer directly. This enables the machinery to decipher data provided from a device (such as a photograph you want to print or a document you want to scan) and take the appropriate actions. Consider your Brother printer drivers as a translator who makes it easier for your technology to speak.
Download the most recent Brother Printer Drivers.
- You can get Brother Printer drivers at https://www.brother-usa.com, which is the official Brother printer site.
- Please enter the model number of your Brother printer. Then press the Search button.
- Alternatively, you can browse your product and select Downloads from the drop-down menu.
- In the Downloads box, select your operating system. Then press the Search button.
- In the Drivers box, select Printer Driver.
- Accept the EULA by clicking Agree to the EULA and Download.
- Double-check the downloaded.exe file and follow the on-screen directions to install the driver on your computer after it's finished.
Connect your Brother printer to your computer based on the features of your printer.
After you've downloaded the Brother Printer drivers, you'll need to connect your printer to your computer. There are two methods for establishing a connection between the two devices. To establish a connection, read and follow the steps provided.
- If your printer is wirelessly compatible, you can create a network connection between the two devices without the use of a cable. You must connect your printer to the same Wifi network as your computer for this to work. As a result, your computer will instantly discover your printer, allowing you to effortlessly add it to your system.
- Wired Connection Method: If your Brother printer is ancient technology and does not have wireless capabilities, you have only one option for connecting it, which is to use a US cable. So get a USB cable and connect one end to your computer's USB port and the other end to your printer. After that, connect your printer to your computer.