Choosing a printer for Linux

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We’ve made significant strides toward the long-rumored paperless society, but we still need to print hard copies of documents from time to time. If you’re a Linux user and have a printer without a Linux installation disk or you’re in the market for a new device, you’re in luck. That’s because most Linux distributions (as well as MacOS) use the Common Unix Printing System (CUPS), which contains drivers for most printers available today. This means Linux offers much wider support than Windows for printers.

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