Canon iP1800 is a printer which provides both compact design and amazing printing results. Canon iP1800 is a printer device that can be easily operated. Print head technology on this printer makes you able to produce a beautiful and durable printing quality with no borders on its edge. It is able to print your documents and files from credit-card size until 8.5″ x 11″ size. Moreover, you will also get your letters and documents with a laser-quality text. This printer is one of a good photo printer with a good model and performance.
If you have bought Canon iP1800 printer and want to use your it by connecting it to your laptop or personal computer, you have to install Canon iP1800 printer driver before printing your document right away. You can easily download Canon iP1800 printer driver at the end of this post.
The following are the operating systems that can be used along with the Canon iP1800 printer driver:
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7 (64 Bit / x64)
- Windows 7 (32 Bit / x86)
- Windows 8 (64 Bit / x64)
- Windows 8 (32 Bit / x86)
- Windows 8.1 (64 Bit / x64)
- Windows 8.1 (32 Bit / x86)
- Linux (Debian / RPM)
- Mac OS
Steps to Install Canon iP1800 Printer Driver
- Click the download link below and save the file in specified location on your personal computer’s harddrive.
- Open the downloaded file by double clicking on the .EXE file, then the installation process will start automatically.
Steps to Uninstall Canon iP1800 Printer Driver
- Click on Start Menu and select control panel, then click Uninstall a Program.
- Double click on the driver you want to uninstall.
- Please wait until the process of uninstall completed and then click finish.
The above steps is explained by using Windows 7. The steps can be a bit different in another operating system.
Canon iP1800 Printer Driver Download
|Supported Operating Systems||Download Link|
|Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 (x86 / x64)|
|Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (x86 / x64)|
|Mac OS 10.5, Mac OS 10.6|
|Mac OS 10.7, Mac OS 10.8, Mac OS 10.9, and Mac OS 10.10|
|Linux OS (Debian)|
|Linux OS (RPM)|
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