Canon printer is one of the top brand in world of printers. This brand is nothing without their customer’s satisfaction. The customer’s satisfaction is essential part of canon so time to time it launch the latest model versions with more better features. Standard Pixma MG5750 is one of the them.
Canon Standard Pixma MG5750 is based on cloud-based printing administrations. It means the Pixma MG5750 can be set up to print from cloud administrations such as printing through your google drive.
Pixma printer have five ink print motor, that is join through color based such as dark shade,cyan,yellow inks, cyan fuchsia for better content printing. Its menus are attached with four way rocker switches combined with three devoted catches beneath the screen which can be conflicting through synchronies setup. Its ink cartridges are come and rising up through control board Contact Support Number
The Pixma have mid-range speed because its delivered standard quality text at 11.5 pages per minute and produced color graphics test at 3.6ppm which is exactly good. Its also have a black photocopy of an A4 page which took within 10seconds. Scanner plays the important role in printers.If the scanner quality is not good than printer is just like a waste material nothing else. So scanners also improve the quality of the printer as well as in speed measures. Anyone connect printer through USB connection and scan the documents within 15seconds or a 300 dots per inch. Scans were also a sharp with accurate colors and high dynamic range. The MG5750 is affordable to buy and run has decent speeds and great quality results.But regarding in all features of this printer Cannon also provide the technical helpline to their customers if anyone can suffers or enjoy from this printer services they can share or complain on this technical support services lines. By this lines customer direct connect to the company groups. This is the best part for canon users.. It is physically possible to embed the color based cartridges in the wrong space. The printer's paper plate have an uncommon format where printed pages spill onto a stop that turns out of the information plate - it looks fundamental, yet the perfect outline keeps everything clean.
I just spent a chunk of time trying to get my Canon MP560 printer to connect to my Surface RT. This printer is connected to a wireless router.
there is a post in the Microsoft community titled geting a homegroup shared printer to work with surface. There was one step missing that I finally found and was able to get it to work.
The procedure that finally worked is as follows:
Connect my laptop to the same wireless network
-set this network as my HOME network for the laptop
-set the printer as the default printer for this laptop
-enable sharing for this printer - give it a simple name (canon)
-enable home group - note the home group password
-connect surface RT to home group
-under settings - advanced printer settings
-even if it finds the printer, select the "The printer that I want isn't listed"
-select 4th option "Add local printer manually
-select create port. local port, next
-It should pop up with a list of printers that are in the RT library and install the drivers
-select the model, in my case CanonMP560
This is where the instructions on that forum ended.
In my case, my Surface had found the printer but it wasn't using the local port, it had found it on a wsd port.
-in the Surface Device and printers, right click on the printer and go to properties
-go to Ports
-make sure the Local Port is checked on which you connected the printer
There was also an app for Canon printers in the windows store that I loaded
It works now, I can print from my surface RT to my Canon MP560 wirelessly
I would like to use the camera to take a picture of a meeting agenda and import the image or a pdf into one note
I found a couple of apps, but either the lighting is bad. Or the camera quality is so poor, I can't take a picture of an 8.5x11 sheet of paper and read the text on it.
Any suggestions on apps, camera settings, or how I can do this in one note.
I generally use the "metro" version of RT though I recognize the desktop version does have additional capabilities (pen input )
I am setting up a MicroServer with Windows Home Server 2011 running as a file server at my home (local area network).
On my old file server, I was able to scan documents at my Brother MFC and send them directly to a the user's folder on the file-server via FTP.
WHS 2011 is proving a little more challenging to setup. Could someone please help with how to configure WHS2011?
I've seen the youtube video by Mike on setting up WHS 2011 and FTP, but it only enables one central storage folder, rather than sending scanned documents to a user's individual folder.
any help much appreciated.
I need to replace a hard drive in my WHS 2011 box. I was wondering if anyone had experience with using the solid state hybrid drive with StableBit DrivePool and Scanner. Since it is a hybrid ssd, does the ssd optimizer work with it?