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A printer driver is a software program that converts application-drawing commands to printer-ready data. Printer drivers translate the information a user sends from the computer into commands that the printer understands. The Microsoft Universal and PostScript drivers are enhanced printer drivers, which improve printing in the following ways.
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The Universal driver has been optimized for improved quality and faster printing, and Image Color Management (ICM) 2.0 ensures accurate color. The Generic Print Description (GPD) supports minidrivers, which extract the details of each printer s features and allow some unsupported printers to work with Windows XP Professional. For more information about ICM, see Image Color Management 2.0 later in this chapter. The Universal driver enhances font performance and capabilities. Printer font substitution results in better output. Two-byte fonts are supported, allowing the printing of extended punctuation marks, ideographs, and character sets, such as Basic Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Indic, Thai, Kana, and Hangul characters. The Universal driver supports customization, allowing greater flexibility for print devices that can be used with Windows XP Professional.
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The PostScript 5.0 driver provides improved performance through enhanced virtual memory management. Color printing with the PostScript driver uses ICM 2.0, which ensures that color images are faithfully reproduced. Microsoft has extended the PostScript driver to support more font formats and provide the structure for further customization. PostScript continues to support the following:
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PostScript levels 1, 2, and 3 ICM 2.0 Control over output data format, allowing for CTRL+D handling, Binary Communications Protocol (BCP), Tagged Binary Communications Protocol (TBCP), and pure binary (8-bit) channels such as AppleTalk PPD version 4.2 and .wpd files Simplified Printer Description (.spd) files Tracking of virtual memory available to the printer
Image Color Management 2.0
Image Color Management (ICM) 2.0 ensures that printed colors are accurately reproduced. To use ICM 2.0, your printer must support it. In some cases, you can use a third-party calibration tool to create or update a color profile for your printer. This compensates for color variations between different printers of the same type or the variations that occur as a printer ages.
Methods of Sending Print Jobs
By using new port monitors and newly supported connection methods, Windows XP Professional sends print jobs faster than previous versions of Windows. For sending print jobs you can use:
Standard port monitor The preferred port monitor for printers on a TCP/IP network. Internet printing
A method of sending print jobs to a printer using the URL of the
printer.
USB IrDA
For installing a printer quickly and easily. For submitting print jobs by using infrared transmissions. For setting up your multifunction peripheral (MFP) device in a
IEEE 1284.4 protocol
one-step process.
Part II:
Desktop Management
Standard Port Monitor
The standard port monitor connects clients to network printers that use the TCP/IP protocol. It replaces the LPR port monitor (Lprmon) as the preferred port monitor for TCP/IP printers that are connected directly to the network through a network adapter. The new standard port simplifies the installation of most TCP/IP printers by detecting the network settings. Printers connected to a UNIX or Virtual Address eXtension (VAX) host might still require Lprmon. The standard port monitor is the preferred port monitor in Windows XP Professional. The standard port monitor can use Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) to configure and monitor the printer status. In addition to the standard port monitor, Internet printing adds an HTTP print provider. The standard port monitor communicates with network-ready printers, network adapters such as Hewlett-Packard s JetDirect and external network print servers such as Intel s NetPort. The standard port monitor can support many printers on a single server and is faster and easier to configure than Lprmon. The standard port monitor sends documents to a printer by using either the RAW or LPR printing protocol. Together, these protocols support most current TCP/IP printers. Do not confuse these print protocols with transport protocols such as TCP/IP or Data Link Control (DLC). The RAW protocol is the default print protocol for most print devices. To send a job formatted with RAW, the print server opens a TCP stream to the printer s port 9100 or another port number and selects the connections to multiport external devices. For example, on certain print devices port 9101 goes to the first parallel port, 9102 goes to the second parallel port, and so on. The standard port monitor uses the LPR protocol when you specify LPR protocol during port installation or reconfiguration, or when the RAW protocol cannot be established. The standard port monitor deviates from the LPR standard in the following ways:
The standard port monitor does not conform to the RFC 1179 requirement that the source TCP port must lie between port 721 and port 731. The standard port monitor uses ports from the general, unreserved pool of ports (1024 and above). The standard port monitor sends a print job to the spooler without determining the actual job size and designates a default job size, regardless of the actual size of the job. The LPR standard states that print jobs must include information about the size of the job the port monitor sends. Sending a print job that contains job size information requires that the port monitor spool the job twice once to determine size, and once to send the job to the spooler. Spooling the job once, by using the standard port monitor, improves printing performance.
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