A driver is a program that helps the printer understand the language of the computer. Neither a computer nor a printer knows each other's language. But when you introduce a printer driver between them, it works as a mediator and ensures smooth communication between them. For the Brother DCP B7535DW printer, you can download the Brother DCP B7535DW Driver from the Brother's official site. Visit the Brother's official support page, enter your printer model, and download an appropriate driver recommended for your OS. Then, install the driver on your computer by following the on-screen step-by-step instructions. The descriptive method for downloading a driver, update procedures, and problems with installing a driver are explained in the following sections. Continue to read the upcoming sections to learn all of them.
On your computer, open the default browser and visit Brother's official support page.
On your computer, visit Brother's official support page from your default browser.
In your default browser, go to Brother's official support page.
On your computer, launch a browser, and visit the official support page of Brother. In the search field, type Brother DCP B7535DW and press the Search button.
The usual steps that you have seen for downloading the Brother printer driver for various operating systems will not work for iOS. You need to get the Brother iPrint&Scan app for your iOS device (iPhone or iPad).
An outdated device driver can be a potential reason for various issues. You should always make sure that the printer driver is updated. Ignoring the updates is the common cause of performance issues with your printer. When you update the printer driver regularly, it could enhance the efficiency of your printer. Your printer will inform you that the driver needs an update and you can find it out from its sluggish performance. It may stop responding to your basic commands. But, when you update the driver, your printer will start performing efficiently, just as it used to be.
If you face problems while downloading, installing, or opening a driver, you can quickly troubleshoot the issue with the solutions mentioned below.
Uninstall and reinstall the driver
Remove your printer and the drivers
Close all the Startup Programs
Download a driver compatible with your OS