Brother HL-L8360CDW Driver Download. For the price, the Brother HL-L8360CDW printing performance is very satisfactory. The only thing he is not good at is print photos (gradients can be seen in color gradients), but laser printers (at least in this price segment) are generally not suitable for photo printing. But the device works very well as a network printer. Simply plug LAN cable into the router and use the MAC address to assign the printer a static IP address. Windows 10 computers then recognize the printer itself and the driver can be installed with one click. With older Windows systems simply with the driver installation the IP assigned to the router specify and already the printing runs on all devices in the house (thus one can handle also the cumbersome printing over USB stick at the printer). And another tip for those who want to save with the toner:
The Brother HL-L8360CDW determines the toner consumption only on the number of printed pages, ie if a toner is empty according to the printer, it may even happen that only a third of the toner was actually consumed. Therefore, I buy only the smallest cartridges and if the printer thinks they are empty, I reset the counter (video tutorial can be found on YouTube). I do that so often until the prints look pale in color, then I change the toner. This method is of course not recommended by the manufacturer and a little caution is advised, because if you do not use the toner for too long a period it starts to clump and then you get smeared prints.
The Brother HL-L8360CDW printer came packed perfectly. The manufacturer made a lot of effort with several papers to make commissioning easier. But since about 20 particles are to be removed, it is still not easy and you could understand the instructions even more clearly.
The enclosed driver CD is not needed, because the attached driver will make it easy to get the latest drivers. The software installation is very convenient because the printer is also found on the network. I am satisfied with the printing speed. The color print quality is ok for me. If you need super quality, you can go to the print studio. After 2 weeks of use, I noticed nothing negative. Compared to other producers Brother does not seem to want to trick with very scarce toner levels or other annoyances. There was no paper jam.
Value for money is great. WLAN, duplex and color laser, what more could you want? Besides, it is quite compact for home use.
Brother HL-L8360CDW Drivers & Software Download
Cons: Something bothers me the construction. You must not put anything on the printer, otherwise you will immediately have a paper jam the next time you print. The output tray could be built protected. The driver is awkward to install. In Windows without administrator rights not possible, not even by plug and play with USB. Too bad.
This Brother HL-L8360CDW is a huge thing. I thought so when I got the printer handed over. It is very heavy and unfortunately does not fit into my IKEA shelf where my old printer was standing. But good. Most of all, I was looking forward to duplex printing. So I connected the printer immediately and connected it to my MacBook. That was no problem at all and was really fast. Since this was so fix, I went directly to try out the two-sided printing. I had a nice colorful pdf document, had everything stopped, started printing and behold! There were two single-sided sheets out. The disappointment big, but I was not discouraged and checked all the settings on the laptop and the printer, printed on the evening still so some one-sided printed sheets and let it freaked sometime. Before, I had sent a nice email to the brother support and installed all available drivers.
Since I heard nothing for days, I enjoyed first the one-sided, but really great pressure. The quality is really great for my amateur standards! In addition, he is incredibly fast (at least for my senses). The only point of criticism are some colors that unfortunately no longer look exactly as they did on the monitor. This is not a problem for my daily work. I can live with that. After a few days, I also heard something from brother support. I was told that if the drivers I already installed were installed and the duplex did not work, my operating system would be too new and the printer would be incompatible. So I fell from all clouds. A super new, modern printer was now here and should not be compatible with the currently most current operating system of my laptop? I could not imagine that with the best will. So I answered and then got a reply relatively quickly. The error was actually in the installation of a driver and was then fixed very quickly. And behold, the Brother HL-L8360CDW printer finally prints perfectly on both sides.
I'm really excited and I do not want to miss it anymore. A pity, though, that he does not copy and scan. For copying my old Epson printer took a long time and I could solve it differently, since I hardly copy anyway. When scanning, I am not sure how I will solve it. Either way, I'm really happy with my new printer! It is really a great device and after initial teething problems I am now very satisfied thanks to the support.
- Download Linux Driver Brother HL-L8360CDW
- Download Full Driver & Software Package Brother HL-L8360CDW for MacOS 10.14
- Download Full Driver & Software Package Brother HL-L8360CDW for MacOS 10.13
- Download Full Driver & Software Package Brother HL-L8360CDW for Mac OS X 10.10/10.11/10.12
- Download Full Driver & Software Package Brother HL-L8360CDW Here for Windows® 10 (32-bit), Windows® 10 (64-bit), Windows® 8.1 (32-bit), Windows® 8.1 (64-bit), Windows® 8 (32-bit), Windows® 8 (64-bit), Windows® 7 (32-bit), Windows® 7 (64-bit), Windows Server® 2016, Windows Server® 2012 R2 (64-bit), Windows Server® 2012 (64-bit), Windows Server® 2008 R2 (64-bit), Windows Server® 2008 (32-bit), Windows Server® 2008 (64-bit)