Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w Printer Driver Download for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
|Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w|
Canon rates the printer at 19 pages per minute (ppm), which is the speed you should see for text documents or other files that need little to no processing. On our business applications suite, (using QualityLogic's hardware and software for timing), the printer came in at 10.1 ppm, which makes it essentially tied with both the Samsung M2625D and Samsung M2825DW. It's also a little slower than the 11.1 ppm speed for the Canon LPB6200d in its default duplex mode, and significantly slower than the 14.5 ppm I measured for the Canon LPB6200d in simplex mode.
For graphics, being at the low end of what's typical for personal monochrome lasers translates to being good enough for any internal business need. Depending on how much of a perfectionist you are, you may also consider it good enough for PowerPoint handouts. The photo output is easily adequate to print recognizable images from Web pages and the like, with photos in general roughly the same quality as a black-and-white photo in a newspaper.
The LBP6030w's output quality is a bit below par for text and at the low end of what is typical for the category for graphics and photos. Fortunately, even the worst monochrome laser text output is pretty good on an absolute scale. That makes the LBP6030w's text good enough for almost any business need. Most people wouldn't consider it good enough for desktop publishing applications, however.
Based strictly on total cost of ownership and capability, there's little reason to choose the Canon imageClass LBP6030w over either of the Samsung models, with their higher paper capacities and duplexing capability. If you want to connect by USB cable, the Samsung 2625D is a much better value. And for connecting to a network, the Samsung 2825D offers Ethernet, as well as Wi-Fi. All things considered, the Canon imageClass LBP6030w's small size can be appealing. If your print needs are distinctly light-duty, and you don't want to give up a lot of desk space, then that makes it a reasonable choice, if not a particularly compelling one.
One final issue that demands mention is the printer's running cost, at 4.4 cents per page. In comparison, the running cost for the Samsung 2625D and Samsung M2825DW is only 3 cents per page. So unless you find the LBP6030w at a particularly good price, it's likely to both cost more to buy than either of those Editors' Choice printers, and cost more to use as well.
Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w Operating System Support
- Windows 10-32bit | 8.1-32bit | 8-32bit | 7-32bit | Vista-32bit | Xp-32bit, Windows 10-64bit | 8.1-64bit | 8-64bit | 7-64bit | Vista-64bit | Xp-64bit
- Mac OS Sierra 10.12 | Os X 10.11 | Os X 10.10 | Os X 10.9 | Os X 10.8 | Os X 10.7 | Os X 10.6 | Os X 10.5
Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w Printer Driver Download
LBP6030w Printer Driver (Windows 64-bit)
Download → Ver.21.10
LBP6030w UFRII LT XPS Printer Driver (Windows 32/64-bit)
Download → V1.90
LBP6030w Printer Driver(Windows 32-bitDownload → Ver.21.10
UFRII LT Printer Driver (MacOS Sierra / Mac OSX)
Download → Ver.1.4.1
MF/LBP Network Setup Tool (Linux)
Download → Ver.2.30
Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w Drivers Setup Installation
- Click on the Download button or link and wait until ready
- Select a location to save the file. Click next
- Extract the file on your computer/laptop
- Double click on the .exe file format for the installation process. At a time when the installation begins, follow the on-screen instructions
- When finished, restart your PC/Laptop
- Then Do the test