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Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Download Driver Brother MFC-J265W

Brother MFC-J265W Driver Download. I have years of experience as a former computer technician. So far I have had little to do with Brother himself (I still have a Brother HL-1030 black and white laser). I've never had a printer that was easier to install than this Brother MFC-J265W! Neither an "Epson Stylus 895 Photo", which I had previously used, nor an Epson Stylus Office BX305FW, which I recently installed a friend (I'm desperate in the installation, could be installed only after I connected it via USB ), this printer can only approximately reach the water.

This could be installed immediately over the WLAN, at the printer even by touch screen menu only the network password entered and that's it already. Printer is ready. The print quality is outstanding, even on the cheapest plain paper, for this price, but you should set in the printer settings from "Normal" to "Fine" to achieve this good result. After I have already printed some pictures filling DIN A4 pages (the paper is then only slightly damp and dries very quickly), is only about 1/4 of the ink tanks consumed. That seems absolutely appropriate to me.

The Brother MFC-J265W scanner also brings very good results, previously had a separate "Canon CanoScan LiDE 70", which has not done much better. The fax (output) itself, I have not yet tested, but what I like here (at the entrance) particularly good: If you hang a phone on the same line, the printer takes after a selectable number of ringtones from the listener, listen into the line purely and if he does not recognize a fax he gives the signal to this telephone, so that one can accept also normal discussions. Of course, you do not have to wait that long for the fax to pick up, you can pick up the call (if that's one) on the phone yourself, but then you run the risk of having to talk to a fax, I suppose then you just have to press the start button and the fax comes in. So the Brother MFC-J265W printer very good and above all inexpensive complete solution for private households and / or smaller companies!

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The Brother MFC-J265W can print, scan, copy and fax, is Windows7-enabled and supports Wi-Fi. I save the technical details. Although they contributed significantly to my purchase decision, but can easily be found on the homepage of brother or the item description of the seller.

Now to the actual review: Until half an hour ago I had a brother MFC-215C in use, with which I was very satisfied. I never had any problems with it. Although Brother gives a 3-year warranty on his equipment, but I personally do not know anyone who had to take the time. In short: I was reluctant to separate. But that is already half an hour ago: In the meantime, the MFC-J265W has been integrated into the WLAN network (that was the reason for the change), registered online, installed the software on computer and laptop (both Windows 7) and it prints super fast, quiet and qualitatively convincing.

Since I'm female, blond and IT technically - let's say "unaware", that's really a great achievement from brother's developers and programmers. RESPECT! (Why does not Microsoft have people like that too ) wait a minute, kudos to the authors of the installation guide! The few pages are so well thought out and understandable that I have not even unpacked the manual.

Even setting up the fax function would not be a problem if the printer were near me with the socket.But since I'm on the way via cable (TV, telephone & Internet flatrate) with access point in the living room, but the printer should rather stand in the study, I have to think about something else. (Use as a PC fax ???).

I chose a Brother machine primarily because I already have another Brother machine in my second household (MFC 235-C) and I am very satisfied. Also with this device I am very satisfied and it does the problems in my "average household" tasks (mainly and often print, sporadically fax, occasionally scan, occasionally copy) without problems. Photos are not printed in my households.

What I find very positive:
- Multifunction (printing, copying, scanning, faxing)
- WLAN function
Value for money - Separate ink cartridges
- Easy to use
- The Brother Control Center, with z. For example, the PC-Fax function. You can z. B. create a Word document on the PC and without printing it out as a fax.
- Beautiful design
- 3 year warranty when registering with Brother

Negativ is noticeable:
- The relatively small paper supply that you can load (about 30-40 sheets). This I already knew from the MFC 235-C and I have arranged with it.

I miss: The Brother MFC-J265W comes with a document feeder when scanning or copying, ie you can only scan one sheet at a time (and then only one side) in succession or print and not a stack of sheets. But there are also differently equipped devices from Brother. I had consciously decided against it, since it only happens to me sporadically that I have to scan or copy more than one sheet and a document feeder makes a device, of course, more expensive. I do not consciously go into all the functions of the device here - these can be found in the device description. Conclusion: For my household, it is an all-rounder device, which achieves good results and has a good price-performance ratio for me.

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