Manufacturer: Brother International
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 72.45 MB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X, Linux
Latest Version / Release Date: A / 06/28/2007
The Brother DCP-135C Printer is an all-in-one hardware component which delivers printing, copying, and scanning solutions to the host computer system. This is made possible with the use of inkjet printing technology. This means that when a computer user activates the copy function the supported hardware component actually activates both the scanning and the printing features. In this instance the duplicate is actually printed out based on what is scanned on the flatbed surface. This is an entirely different process of copying compared to those implemented by photocopiers which make use of toner drums. The device driver is partially responsible for ensuring that the proper feature set is invoked based on the commands sent from the host computer user. The device driver may also incorporate commands into the menu of some software applications to make the supported functions available. The device driver also puts in place a software interface that allows the computer user to modify its settings.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The scanning feature of the Brother DCP-135C Printer allows for the support of a 1200 by 6000 dots per inch maximum resolution. The computer user benefits from the 25 pages per minute printing capability in monochrome as well as 20 pages per minute when using colored printing. The maximum color depth supported by the device driver in terms of scanning operation is set at 36-bit with a native resolution of 600 by 2400 dots per inch. In interpolated mode the 19200 by 19200 dots per inch resolution is the maximum. The device driver also supports a built-in memory card slot which can host various formats like Memory Stick, xD, SD, and CompactFlash among others. The device driver also makes sure that the buttons on the top panel of the supported hardware component are all functional. The PictBridge technology is also supported by the device driver to allow for direct printing from compliant hardware components. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Brother DCP-135C Printer errors before installing any driver updates.