What is a PostScript printer?

Answer While shopping for a new printer, you may have seen a list of features that included the term PostScript. PostScript is a specialized print language, typically used by the publishing industry. It m... Read More »

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What Is a Non Postscript Printer?

Adobe introduced PostScript in 1985 as a descriptive language allowing different printers to output identical images regardless of their native operating system. A postscript printer has the Adobe ... Read More »

How to Add a Postscript Printer in Windows XP?

Add a postscript printer to Windows XP from within the operating system on your computer. The postscript printer does not actually print documents, but instead saves them as a postscript file using... Read More »

Is the HP F335 printer a PostScript?

The HP Deskjet F335 all-in-one printer does not support PostScript. It uses the lightweight imaging device interface language (LIDIL). PostScript support is generally found on business-oriented pri... Read More »

What Is a Postscript Printer Driver?

Postscript is a computer "page description language" used by printers and layout artists. Because it describes graphics instead of depending upon the native printer capabilities, one file can be p... Read More »