The Canon IP100 driver is a printer driver that has been developed for use with Canon printers. This is software that can be installed on your computer or laptop to use the printer. The main function of this software is to control the printing process.
The IP100 driver is required to print from your computer to a Canon printer. This is necessary for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems.
How to install driver for Canon IP100 printer
- In the table below, select the operating system that suits you;
- Download the driver or software by clicking on the “Download” button
- After the download is complete, run the file. To start, in most operating systems, you need to double-click on the installation file and follow the prompts of the wizard.
- The “Installation Wizard” will help you install the printer driver and software correctly.
Canon IP100 driver for Windows
|iP100 series Printer Driver Ver. 2.17b (Windows 10 x64/8.1 x64/8 x64/7 x64/Vista64)
Canon IP100 driver for Linux
|IJ Printer Driver Ver. 3.70 for Linux (Source file)
Canon IP100 software for Windows
|My Image Garden Ver.3.6.4 (Windows)
Canon IP100 software for Mac OS
|My Image Garden Ver.3.6.6 (Mac)
The Canon IP100 is a lightweight and compact printer that is designed for small offices. It is perfect for a small office because it has a compact size, which means that there will be less space needed to store it.
The physical controls and indicators are simple: a power button with a built-in power LED and a feed button with a built-in paper jam indicator. On the left cheek there is a connector for an external power supply, and on the right there are connectors for USB and for the PictBridge camera.
The software supplied with the PIXMA iP100 is the usual combination of simple Canon programs based on tasks such as Easy-PhotoPrint and Solution Menu.
When sent from a PictBridge camera, printing took exactly the same amount of time that this small universal printer does.
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