Product: HP Chromebook - 14-Ca052wm
Operating System: Chrome OS
I have a Canon Prxma MG 3022 printer I have been running on Windows 10 on an HP Pavilion x360 it has wireless capabilities i.e Bluetooth. I inadvertently purchased the Chromebook while I am waiting for the repair of my 1 yr old HP Pavilion x360. Anyway I only was looking for a Notebook with Bluetooth and wireless printing capabilities not tactically realizing they're 2 seperate OS's. Windows 10 vs Chrome OS.
My question is this....Is there any type of like universal software that will allow me to use my Canon Pixma MG 3022 series printer with my HP Chromebook? I guess I am wondering as with Television Remotes there are General Universal remotes that can be compatible with at 90% of the televisions nationwide.
Does anyone fully understand or compute what my question at hand is. I would word it like this "Is there a Universal Software/Hardware/Drivers that will make my Canon Printer compatible with the HP Chromebook with the Chrome OS programing?"
If my question can be answered with promising results please help me I am tell me what you know or believe you think could resolve and rescue me from my dilemma please address the answers to me ASAP and save me the $50 on top of my pavilion repair charges would be a blessing.
Thank You ALL KIndly,
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