Manufacturer: Brother Industries, Ltd.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 21.98 MB
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 220.127.116.11 / 05 Dec 2002
Commonly deployed in computing environments for either personal or small offices it is designed to provide solutions for cost effective laser printing technology. The black and white laser technology delivered by the Brother HL-1435 series allows for up to 15 printed pages per minute output with a maximum possible print resolution of 1200 by 600 dots per inch. By design it is equipped with a 250-sheet input capacity which allows for continuous operation with minimal user intervention. The computer user has the option of using either the Parallel or the Universal Serial Bus interface port to connect the supported hardware component to virtually every type of computer system available. The presence of the Parallel communication port interface delivers support for older computer systems that do not have the functionality of the Universal Serial Bus interface. The Parallel communication port however would deliver a relatively slower data transfer speed compared to its Universal Serial Bus interface port counterpart. The device driver aside from supporting both communication port connections can also provide support for the connection of an optional external Ethernet based print server component.
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
By supporting the Windows Graphics Device Interface specifications the device driver and its corresponding hardware component allows the installed software applications to send processed graphics as well as formatted text information to both the graphics processing card and the printing device. Basically software applications that run under the Microsoft Windows Operating System family do not have direct access to the supported hardware components. The role of the Graphics Device Interface as supported by the device driver of the Brother HL-1435 series is to communicate with the hardware component in behalf of the requesting software application. Normally what happens is that the Graphics Device Interface talks with the device driver of the printer or the computer display monitor to execute any commands or instructions delivered by the active program. This functionality can also relate to the execution of other output devices like multiple display monitors. The device driver of the Brother HL-1435 series allows the installed software applications access to its built-in 4 MB memory module. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Brother HL-1435 series errors before installing any driver updates.