Adjust your resolution and image size: resolution is DPI per inch in graphics or photos. The bigger the DPI, the larger the size of the file, and the more ink it needs to print. So how do you know what solutions to use? In most cases, 72 DPI is enough for inkjet printers or laser printers. According to the image and its intended use, you can reach as high as 200 or 300 dpi. If you print from a word processor, the choice of "draft" or "fast normal" in the "print property" or "preference" menu is approximately equal to 72 DPI. If you print directly from the photo editing program (such as Photoshop), you can change the resolution and image size from the image menu.
Protect your ink cartridge: if your printer can not be used for a period of time, please put the cartridge into the plastic sealed bag to prevent the ink from drying up.
Cut off the power: pull the plug when the printer is not in use. This will prevent ink from blocking the print head.
These are just some ways to extend the life of inkjet or cartridge cartridges. One, several or all recommended measures will make your cartridge life longer and save you money.
Editor’s Note: This post was Published by Proffisy on 26 April,2018.