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Smooth Printer Installation for Windows 7

The Windows 7  is having many differences in comparison to the previous two operating systems hence, if you have availed a new OS through a Windows 7 migration service or have bought a new PC equipped with Windows 7 then you would be facing some troubles related to attachment of external objects into the PC. Recently, many people are seen worrying about the installation of a printer on a Windows 7 driven system.

If a similar case is also with you then you don’t have to worry, as this is just a difference and not a difficulty. Following are some steps determined by some PC experts to help you with a smooth installation of a printer to a Windows 7 system.

Firstly, you need to click on Start tab and reach the option of Devices and Printers. This step is common with a lot of operating systems as initially it helps your computer to know your desire.

Further, several options would come in front of you and you would have to choose the option of ‘Add Printer’ from it. After clicking over this option, you would again get to see few options and among them you should choose the option of ‘Add Local Printer”

Smooth Printer Installation for Windows 7

Now you are finally on the line of installing the printer through a perfect system optimization. After this, you need to click on the tab of ‘Choose a Printer Port’ and further, you can choose among ‘Create New Port’ or ‘Local Port’.

Going ahead, you need to enter the IP address along with the network printer’s name to fill your system with the information it needs for a smooth installation.

The process ends when you get the options of entering a hard disk and update. While choosing former, you need to insert a hard disk but, in case of latter a port would be created automatically.

So, the process completes here and it doesn’t force you to apply so much hard work and knowledge over it.

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