Epson printers and Mac computers are a good combination for printing all your documents. Epson provides various drivers to access your printer from your Mac. Before you use your Epson printer on your Mac, you should complete the basic printer setup. To learn how to configure your Epson printer on your Mac, keep reading the instructions below.

Downloading the printer driver:

  • On your Mac, open the default browser after ensuring that the Internet connection is stable.
  • Go to the official Epson site.
  • Under the Search By Product Name tab, enter your printer’s model number and click Search.
  • Click the printer model from the search results.
  • Expand the Downloads tab and wait until your macOS version is detected automatically.
  • If your OS version is not detected automatically, select it from the Operating System drop-down menu and click the GO button.
  • Choose the driver you wish to download from the available list.
  • Click the Download button and wait until the download is completed.

Installing the Epson printer driver on your Mac:

  • After downloading the driver, go to the Downloads section of your browser and open the downloaded driver package.
  • Now, the driver file will create a disk image on your desktop.
  • Open the newly created disk image and double-click the installer icon to start the driver installation.
  • If prompted, enter your Mac administrator password in the available field and click Continue.
  • Accept the license agreements to proceed.
  • Install the required software by selecting them in the driver installation wizard.
  • Choose your connection type and carry out the on-screen instructions to establish the connection between your Mac and the Epson printer.
  • Finish the driver installation and print a test page to verify the configuration.

  • If your printer is not added to your Mac during the setup, open System Preferences and click the Printers & Scanners icon. Click the plus symbol and add your printer.

You have now learned how to configure your Epson printer on your Mac.