Adding the Xerox Global Print Driver to your workplace means less IT involvement and less hassle for end users. There's no need to download individual printer drivers for every device in your office. The Xerox Global Print Driver is a truly universal printer driver that lets you print to virtually any printer or multifunction printer – even to those made by other manufacturers.
Xerox also offers a free universal printer driver ideal for mobile users. Learn more about the Xerox Mobile Express Driver
Traditionally, to send jobs to a printer or MFP, a different printer driver was required for each device. The burden often fell on IT administrators to set up, manage and configure drivers.
Xerox Global Print Driver is a truly universal printer driver ideal for IT administrators and large companies with multiple devices. It offers:
Why Choose Xerox?
This truly universal print driver is compatible with Xerox and other manufacturers' products, but the driver's functionality varies by product model. Please refer to the printer driver advantages white paper (PDF) (English only) for detailed compatibility information and recommendations to optimize your experience. Please view the list of system requirements to check for client compatibility.
All Xerox and non-Xerox devices that can process industry standard PostScript and PCL commands are compatible with the driver in the "Basic Printing Mode." In the basic mode, the driver can detect whether the device is color or monochrome, detect if the device supports two-sided printing, save application-specific print driver settings, and a lot more. More details on the "Basic Printing Mode" can be found in the white paper.
For certain Xerox devices, the driver may initially default to the "Basic Printing Mode." However, we recommend using different configuration settings such as "Xerox WorkCentre Device" or "Xerox FreeFlow Device" to ensure that additional printer capabilities are available. The details on this can be found in the appendix of the Xerox Global Print Driver Installation Guide.
For "fully supported" devices, the driver will automatically recognize all the advanced printing features supported by the device and present them in the driver user interface, including options such as advanced color management and print quality settings.
The following list of MFPs and printers have varying degrees of support. Not every device listed below is "fully supported."
Supported Operating Systems and Environments