Install Canon MX922 Driver to Boost Printer Performance

Last Updated on March 23, 2021 | Written by Daniel Peters

Got a new Canon Printer but setting up a problem? Just go down to get off your worries.

Can you imagine a world where you had to copy everything by hand and had no machines to help you out? No laptops and computers to help you type, and especially no printers to let you print out as many copies of your documents as you want? Imagine if you had to write every single thing with your own hand if you wanted something off the internet. Or had to turn in handwritten reports and assignments for each one of your classes. It already sounds too overwhelming. We should be thankful we don’t have to experience all that, not when we have amazing printers like Canon.

Canon, a Japanese multinational corporation founded in 1937, specializes in manufacturing imaging and optical products, including everything from cameras and camcorders to computer printers and photocopiers. The company, founded by Takeshi Mitarai, Goro Yoshida, Saburo Uchida, and Takeo Maeda, is located in Ota, Tokyo, Japan. The tenth-largest public company by market capitalization in Japan at the beginning of 2015. Canon’s printers are famous for their quality and speed, perfect for both personal and business printing needs. And the best one? Canon PIXMA MX922.

So, want to install your brand-new Canon printer? The first thing you have to do is visit www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/details/printers/inkjet-multifunction/mx-series-inkjet/mx922 and install the Canon MX922 Driver. To do this, you can click on the “Drivers & Downloads” button underneath the “PIXMA MX922” heading. Or you can scroll down to the “Drivers & Downloads” heading. You first need to select the Operating System and Language you want to use the drivers in from the drop-down menus. After that, select the Canon MX922 Driver you need from the options list by clicking the “Select” button. Then, follow the instructions to download and install the driver. Finally, enjoy your printer in all its glory.

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Representing the most up-to-date tech, Daniel Peters is one of our tech reviewers and writers right here on Techriation. Born and raised on the south side of the San Francisco Bay Area, Dan has been involved in tech start-ups for the last 9 years. With the experience built through studying the latest worldwide trends, Dan’s talent covers all things to do with gadgets and computing offering some of the most in-depth insights in the technology community.