PostScript drivers give you greater ability to scale and manipulate images. They offer more precision with high-end graphics. PostScript also provides you with different types of error-handling and font substitution options.
PCL (Printer Control Language) drivers generally support fewer advanced printing features than PostScript; however, using PCL enables you to process most jobs faster.
Options are displayed on tabs within the driver. The enhanced view is available for any workstations using Internet Explorer 5.01 or above.
Options are displayed in a tree form, conforming the Microsoft Windows driver standards. Although the standard view is optional at any time, it is the only view available on workstations running Internet Explorer 5.0 or less.
Printer drivers are software programs that enable a printer to work with an operating system. The driver interfaces with the printer and operating system software by sending commands which perform printing tasks. Each type of printer may require unique commands to print correctly and to enable special features. For these reasons, different types of printers require their own printer drivers to operate correctly.
CentreWare printer drivers enable printing from a workstation to Xerox printers in a network environment. The CentreWare drivers contain a variety of feature options that enable you to customize your print jobs.
CentreWare printer drivers are provided for specific operating systems in a variety of driver types and interfaces: