What is PostScript driver?
Unlike PCL, PostScript is device independent. This means that the PostScript language creates all of the print data and does not rely on the printer for print data. This allow the output to be consistent when printed on more than one type of printer or print device.
How do I get a PostScript driver?
You can install a PostScript driver in the same manner as the more common Printer Command Language driver.
- Log in to your computer using an administrator account.
- Download a PostScript driver from your printer manufacturer’s website.
- Double-click the downloaded file.
- Click the Start button, then “Devices and Printers.”
What is a Microsoft PS class driver?
The PostScript Printer Driver (Pscript) is the Microsoft standard printer driver for PostScript printers.
What is UniDrv DLL?
UniDrv. dll is the printer graphics driver file for printer languages based on raster images, including most inkjet and dot-matrix printer languages. UniDrvUI. dll is the configuration file.
Where is the unidrv DLL?
The unidrv. dll file is associated with Microsoft’s Universal Printer Driver. It’s normally stored in a folder like C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\drivers\w32x86\ or within a subfolder of C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\.
What PCL 6?
PCL 6 “Enhanced”: An object-oriented PDL optimized for printing from GUI interfaces such as Windows and compressed to optimize throughput. Formerly known as PCL XL or PXL. PCL 6 Standard: Equivalent to PCL 5e or PCL 5c, intended to provide backward compatibility.
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