How to setup your Wi-Fi printer on your computer
23 April 2018
Having a printer at home for printing financial papers or something more fun like your own photos can be really handy. And in a home office, having a printer could be essential to your business.
Most printers come with a cable that connects them to your computer. However, if your new printer has Wifi, this can be really worthwhile since it gives you more flexibility. How? Because you can put the printer in more places without having cables across the floor. Once you've connected it to your home network, you only need to power it on to print from your Windows computer, laptop or mobile device.
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