Here is how to download Canon MG4253 driver from Canon USA official website (https://www.usa.canon.com/), it is recommended to get MG4253 drivers or software on the official website. We also make a link to direct download Canon PIXMA MG4253 Drivers and software.
Follow steps to Canon MG4253 Support & Download
Make sure your PC/Laptop connected the internet, make sure also your operating system Windows 10/10/8.1 Windows/Windows 7/8.1 SP1 or later/7 SP1 or later/Windows Vista/XP (32/64-bit) | 10.13 the High Sierra MacOS/macOS Sierra v 10.12/OS X El Capitan v 10.11/OS X/Mac at 10 v Yosemite v 10.9/10.7 10.8 v/v/v/v 10.6 10.5 | Linux Ubuntu/Fedora
Make sure you choose your operating system. his usual directly detected, on the option menu of the available Canon PIXMA MG4253 Drivers, Canon MG4253 Software, Canon MG4253 Firmware, Canon MG4253 Utilities, Canon MG4253 SDK. an example is for Windows 7 32-bit, English Language on the choice of driver.
Select “SELECT” to download and view the file information file Canon MG4253 driver, his usual recommended “Full Driver & Software Package” but this is not for all printers available, you can download as needed.
You can also view file information and how to download and install the drivers on the Canon MG4253 is available.
Note: Canon Pixma MG4200 drivers software also supports PIXMA MG4210, PIXMA MG4220, MG4230, MG4240, PIXMA MG4250, MG4251, MG4252, MG4253, PIXMA MG4255, MG4260, MG4270, MG4280, MG4290
For the direct download link is available below:
Canon MG4253 Driver Software Windows:
Download ↔ PIXMA MG4253 series MP Drivers Ver. 1.02 (Windows 10/10 x64/8.1/8.1 x64/8/8 x64/7/7 x64/Vista/Vista64/XP)
Download ↔ PIXMA MG4253 series XPS Printer Driver Ver. 5.60a (Windows)
Download ↔ PIXMA MG4253 My Image Garden Ver.3.6.1 (Windows)
Canon MG4253 Driver Software Mac:
Download ↔ PIXMA MG4253 series CUPS Printer Driver Ver. 220.127.116.11 (Mac OS v10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13)
Download ↔ PIXMA MG4253 series Scanner Driver Ver.19.0.0c (Mac v10.5.8 – 10.13)
Download ↔ PIXMA MG4253 IJ Network Tool Ver.4.7.0a (Mac 10.7 – 10.13)
Download ↔ PIXMA MG4253 My Image Garden Ver.3.6.1 (Mac v10.8.5 – 10.13)
If you want to print using a Wireless network please visit Canon MG4253 Wireless Setup
Canon PIXMA MG4253 Review
Play it again, Canon. It’s not unusual for a printer supplier to put a few minor enhancements onto an existing machine, rename it, and also rerelease it as a brand-new model. We see this commonly, and also many printer makers do it, however relatively none a lot more frequently than Canon.
This time, the printer titan has overhauled not simply one, however 3 of its entry-level, photo-centric Pixma print/copy/scan versions: 2011’s Pixma MG4120, MG3120, as well as MG2120 are reborn as the MG4220, MG3220, and MG2220. (We’re working on evaluations of the various other 2 brand-new models; the MG4220 is the very first of the collection we looked at.).
The issue right here with this tweak-it-and-relaunch-it method? The original models just weren’t outstanding printers to start with, so you run the risk of simply obtaining the usual middling machines, yet with a couple of new functions. On paper, that’s what it appears like happened with these three brand-new all-in-one (AIO) versions. All three are essentially the same as last year’s Pixmas, and also those versions printed documents as well as pictures at less-than-industry-standard speeds, with expenses per web page (CPPs) that were far expensive.
Unfortunately, our tests of the MG4220 bear out that little has actually transformed. This new trio of Pixmas is budget-priced (with MSRPs from $69.99 to $129.99), with the MG4220, the focus of this testimonial, the most pricey and also useful of the three. As Canon’s MG designs go (” MG” is the firm’s classification for its photo-centric AIO printers), the MG4220 drops between the $149.99 Pixma MG5320 and the $79.99 Pixma MG3220. (We’ll be uploading a review of the MG3220 shortly.).
The $60 difference in between the MG3220 as well as the MG4220 obtains you support for numerous types of flash memory card, in addition to a small (2.4-inch) full-color LCD that makes scanning to as well as printing from memory devices and setting up the printer simpler. If you step up to the MG5320, however, for the additional $20 you obtain a 3-inch screen, the capability to publish tags on CDs, a considerably faster print engine, assistance for USB memory as well as other USB tools, as well as better-looking prints, specifically pictures.
This is not to state that the MG4220’s result is subpar or by any means unacceptable– not at all. It’s simply that, to our eyes, at least, the MG5320’s five-ink-cartridge system produced better-looking prints than the MG4220’s two-cartridge system. (In Addition, the MG5320 has been on the market for some time currently, and we discovered it at a number of online outlets for under $100. Alternatively, we could not locate the MG4220 for less than $119 yet.).
Our take? The MG4220 is a capable printer. It’s simple to set up and use; it prints fine-looking files as well as photos, as well as in our examinations, it was trusted. Compared with recent completing versions (such as HP’s $129 Photosmart 5520 e-All-in-one and Kodak’s $99.99 ESP 3.2 All-in-One), though, it’s slow, even when printing pictures. Nevertheless, our greatest interest in this design is its high per-page cost of ink, which we discuss in the last section of this testimonial. Other versions– including other similarly priced Pixmas– can provide equivalent (and occasionally much better) print quality at faster speeds, in addition to provide a better general value over time.