How to update HP Printer Driver?

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Updating your HP printer can help you in more ways than you can imagine. There are a number of ways in which you can update your HP Printer, one manually and another way is to use a third party application to do it directly. Updating the printer will ensure better functioning and will resolve certain technical snags which might be bothering you with the previous version. Here I will discuss in detail on how to update your printer using your web browser.                                                   

Update your printer manually: 

  1. Note down the information regarding the model name and number of your HP printer beforehand.
  2. Open your web browser and go to your vendor’s official website (HP in this case) and login to your customer account.
  3. Search for your device in the printer’s section with the help of your model number and name.
  4. Look if there is any update made available on your vendor’s website, if yes, then download the update patch and install in your HP printer.

You can also use a third party update manager for your computer to keep a tab on the released driver updates for your system and other things connected to it. The main advantage of these kind of software program is, all the driver updates are at one place and instead of going to each vendor’s website and then looking for a possible driver update could prove to be a tiresome and time consuming process. So it depends on you which option you prefer.

Most of the printer related issue occurs due to corrupt or malfunction drivers. In case you are facing the same issue cannot find a regular update, call HP Printer Tech Support at their toll-free number 1-855-213-4314 and avail yourself an effective and long term solution.


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