HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer review. HP envy inspire 7958e

HP ENVY Inspire 7958e Printer Drivers

HP ENVY Inspire 7958e is an inkjet All-in-One printer designed for use in the home. It is capable of printing photographs, business documents, and other types of office paperwork to an exceptionally high standard. In addition to its many other capabilities, it provides a high level of performance.

The quality of the photos it prints is also excellent. In spite of this, the page yield of the ENVY Inspire 7958e printer is low, which means that even without a subscription, ink expenses will be considerable. Despite this, it comes with support from the HP program, which entitles users to a free ink subscription for the first six months of using the HP Instant Ink service.

The HP ENVY Inspire 7958e may be purchased for approximately 270 US Dollars. It features an automated document feeder (ADF) and a duplexer, which allow for the production of prints on both sides of the page. Because of this function, you will save up to fifty percent of the paper you usually use. However, this model does not have the capability to send or receive faxes.

The pigment-based (black) and dye-based (color) ink cartridges are both required for use with the 7958e printer (a tri-color cartridge). HP suggests a monthly page volume between 300 and 400, depending on the size of the business.

Product Line: HP ENVY Inspire
Technology: Inkjet
Type: All-in-One Printer
Connectivity: USB Wireless Bluetooth
Features: ADF, Printer, Copier, Scanner
Output Type: Color

This printer comes with two cassette input trays that each hold 125 sheets of paper, as well as a photo paper tray that holds 15 sheets and can accommodate paper sizes up to 5 by 5, 4 by 6, and 5 by 7 inches. The output tray can handle up to 60 sheets, while the automatic document feeder can hold up to 35.

The HP 7955e printer has a speed that is significantly faster than the industry standard. It can print 9.3 pages per minute (ppm) text documents. The HP ENVY can print two-sided text documents at speeds of up to 3.6 pages per minute (ppm) when using its duplexer.

Graphics or texts can be printed in colors that have a pleasant and natural appearance. The end product is fairly smooth and has a sharp appearance, however, there are visible pixels on some textures, which makes them look a little less smooth than they otherwise would (when viewed up close).

Driver and Software support

Before you can use the printer, you will need to manually install the necessary drivers and software for the HP ENVY Inspire 7958e on any of the supported operating systems, including Windows, Mac, and Linux. You can also download the HP Smart App for Windows, iOS, Android, and Mac OS. The printer drivers that are available here are compatible with all series of the HP ENVY Inspire 7900e printers as well.

HP Easy Start Printer Setup (Windows)

The full solution software includes everything you need to install and use your HP printer. This collection of software includes the complete set of drivers, installers, and optional software.

Type: Installation Software and Full/Basic Driver
Version: 55.4.5082
File name: HPEasyStart-13.6.5-EN7900_55_4_5082_1_Webpack.exe
File size: 212.4 MB
Release date: March 23, 2022
Operating Systems: Windows 11 Windows 10 (32/64-bit) Windows 8.1 (32/64-bit) Windows 8 (32/64-bit) Windows 7 (32/64-bit)

HP Print and Scan Doctor (Windows)

The HP Print and Scan Doctor was designed by HP to provide users with troubleshooting and problem-solving features needed to resolve many common problems experienced with HP print and scan products connected to Windows-based computers.

Type: Diagnostic Tool
File name: HPPSdr.exe
File size: 11.4 MB
Release date: March 4, 2022
Operating Systems: Windows 11 Windows 10 (32/64-bit) Windows 8.1 (32/64-bit) Windows 8 (32/64-bit) Windows 7 (32/64-bit)

HP Smart (Mac)

Print, scan, and share files by using HP Smart for Mac OS with your HP Printer. HP Smart makes it easy to get started and keeps you going with features like Print Anywhere or Mobile Fax.

Type: Software
Version: 13.5.0
File name: HP Smart for Desktop
File size: 109.6 MB
Release date: October 27, 2021
Operating Systems: macOS 12 macOS 11 macOS 10.15 macOS 10.14

This all-in-one printer is a fantastic home office tool the whole family will enjoy

Laptop Mag Verdict

Whether you need it for work or play, the HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer is reasonably priced and loaded with useful features to maximize your productivity.


  • 2.7-inch color touchscreen
  • Crisp, vivid photo prints
  • Useful HP Smart app
  • Comes with six months of free ink via HP service
  • Enhanced Quiet Mode reduces printing noise


  • – Relatively bulky
  • – No SD Card slot
  • – No USB memory port
  • – Sluggish print speeds

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Printer Type: Inkjet Features: Print, scan, copy, fax Display: 2.7-inch color LCD touchscreen Ink/Toner: 2 cartridges (black, tri-color) Print Resolution: Up to 4800 x 1200 (optimized dpi color), 1200 x 1200 (black) Connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, USB 2.0, BTE5.0 (for setup) Compatibility: macOS v10.13 High Sierra (or later); Windows 7 through 10 (32-bit or 64-bit); Chrome OS (after setup) Print Speed (Rated): Up to 15 ppm (black), 10 ppm (color) Print Speed (Tested): 10.9 ppm (black), 6.4 ppm (color) Size: 18.1 x 15.1 x 9.2 inches Weight: 17.9 pounds

The HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer is an excellent option for any small business, home office, or makeshift dorm room. HP calls it the “printer that prints everything so you can create anything,” from high-res vacation photos to black-and-white office documents for your next group project. This comprehensive printing platform also adds integrated ink management and a variety of other nifty features — including six months of free ink when you sign up for HP.

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HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer pricing and availability

The HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer costs 250, and that comes with a standard one-year warranty; if you sign up for HP during the setup process, this protection gets extended to two years. You can upgrade to a three- or four-year warranty (45 or 60, respectively) when you purchase from HP’s site.

The HP Envy Inspire 7955e was designed for both productivity and play, and there’s an awful lot to like about the new HP platform. ( on that later.)

HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer setup

Getting started with the HP Envy Inspire 7955e was a snap; I simply plugged the printer in, and the touchscreen automatically guided me through the rest of the process. Once I installed the two ink cartridges and loaded up the paper tray, I was good to go. Note: you can navigate HP Smart via your desktop or the mobile app, but throughout my testing, I preferred the latter.

During setup, you can sign up for HP, which works in conjunction with the HP Smart printing app. If you opt in, you’ll have the opportunity to try HP Instant Ink (free for your first six months) — ensuring new ink or toner cartridges are delivered to your doorstep before you run out. Once the trial period for HP Instant Ink is over, these plans start at 0.99 per month (estimating ink usage of only 15 pages during that time) and go all the way up to 24.99 (700 pages per month); this recurring fee might be impractical for the average household, but it could be perfect for small businesses and college kids. Or both, if you got ‘em.

As mentioned above, springing for HP will extend the warranty by an extra year. HP Smart lets you view ink levels at a glance; scan documents on the go, and print out vivid color photos from just about anywhere. When HP is activated, this app becomes more robust (indicated by the white ribbon at the top of the screen turning orange), allowing you to print, scan, and fax right from your phone in a variety of creative ways.

As I put the HP Envy Inspire 7955e through its paces, scanning and printing documents directly from my Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphone became highly intuitive, with minimal lag between app selections and initial printer activity.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer design and ease of use

There’s no denying it: the HP Envy Inspire 7955e looks basically identical to the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e. The 2.7-inch color touchscreen allows for easy menu selections, and it can be tilted to 45 degrees for better viewing; it was easy enough for my monkey-man hands to navigate, but choosing smaller icons took a somewhat delicate touch.

On the backside of the printer you’ll find a power port and one host USB port, which is covered with a sticker. (You have to set the printer up via HP Smart, as opposed to a wired connection to your laptop.) Unfortunately, there’s no SD Card slot or USB memory port for printing/scanning from a thumb drive. Tsk, tsk.

Just like the OfficeJet Pro 9015e, the 35-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF) sits on top, and if you lift the lid, you’ll find the glass scanning area inside. There’s also a flip-down panel on the front of the printer for swapping out ink cartridges, and a 125-page input tray on the front, complete with a separate photo tray.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer print speeds

Using standard printing paper in its (smallish) 125-sheet input tray, the HP Envy Inspire 7955e holds its own with day-to-day home office chores. At default settings with the printer fully warmed up, it churned out my 5-page black-and-white text document in 27.8 seconds, or 10.9 ppm — a tad slower than the OfficeJet Pro 9015e (13.4 ppm as tested), which is designed for faster output. It printed out my 5-page mixed text and color graphics document in 46.7 seconds, or 6.4 ppm.

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Using the duplexer to create two-sided black-and-white prints, the HP Envy Inspire 7955e managed 5.8 ppm, nearly half the speed of the OfficeJet Pro 9015e’s 10 ppm for duplexing; in Enhanced Quiet Mode, it printed out that same test doc in 1 minute and 39.1 seconds, or 3.5 ppm. That’s markedly slower, to be sure, but I could absolutely notice the lowered decibel level as my document eked its way through, and the Envy Inspire 7955e’s chunky machinations didn’t sound nearly as harsh. That’ll impress your clients, no doubt (ie, the sleeping baby).

Note: HP rates the HP Envy Inspire 7955e at up to 15 ppm for black-and-white documents, and up to 10 ppm for color copies.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer copy and scan speeds

Today’s top-tier all-in-one printers are also adroit at scanning and copying, and the Envy Inspire 7955e has the whole family covered when it comes to duplicating homework assignment sheets; polishing up group projects; or creating colorful flyers to help find somebody’s lost dog. It’s not as speedy as some of its competitors, though.

The Envy Inspire 7955e scanned and printed a multicolored text doc at 2.9 ppm (5 ppm for black-and-white copies), which is far slower than the biz-centric OfficeJet Pro9015e (10 and 11.1 ppm, respectively). The former scanned and printed out a colorful Time Magazine cover in 1 minute and 23 seconds; the latter did the same chore in 1 minute and 40 seconds.

Using the ADF to make single-sided copies of a black-and-white text document, the Envy Inspire 7955e managed 8.3 ppm, which is slightly slower than the OfficeJet Pro 9015e’s 10.4 ppm.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer print quality

Overall, I was fairly impressed with the HP Envy Inspire 7955e’s print quality, particularly when it came to finer details. Text was satisfactorily sharp and crisp in both color and black-and-white documents; no streaking was apparent.

Glossy photos printed out with sharp, vivid hues, and color copies appeared true-to-life when scanning photographs. Tonal gradients came through just fine in my scans and copies, to a surprisingly accurate degree. In a direct comparison to prints produced by the similarly equipped OfficeJet Pro9015e, I have to give the HP Envy Inspire 7955e the edge.

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HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer ink costs

HP offers both standard and high-yield ink cartridges for the HP Envy Inspire 7955e, ranging from 25 each for the former and up to 45 each for the latter. Standard color cartridges are rated for up to 700 pages, or 1,500 pages for the high-yield option; the 42 high-yield black ink cartridges are rated for up to 2,300 pages. That averages out to 3.5 cents per page for color cartridges — or 3 cents for high-yield — and 1.8 cents for high-yield black ink cartridges.

One reason to consider the HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer, however, is HP Instant Ink (included with HP once activated), a monthly service that ensures new ink or toner cartridges are delivered to your door — before you even have the chance to run out. You get six months of free ink or toner when you sign up for an HP Print Plan, which is based on how many pages you expect to print on a regular basis. Plans range from 0.99 for just 15 pages per month to 24.99 for 700 pages; when your printer detects low ink levels, you can expect an ink delivery on the way, toot sweet.


The hybrid lifestyle is a family-wide scenario now, and bleeding-edge home office tools have become pivotal for our day-to-day productivity, to matter your profession (or creative passion). The HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer has something for everyone, and while it’s no speed demon in terms of printing speeds, it’s still a solid option for quality prints, copies, and scans. Once you factor in the handy HP Smart app, HP Instant Ink service, and a plethora of colorful extras, the HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer stands out as one of the best all-in-one printers you can buy today.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e All-in-One Printer Specs

This versatile inkjet delivers great print quality at a high price

Tom’s Guide Verdict

The HP Envy Inspire 7955e offers high performance, high image quality, and plenty of features. Ink costs will be high without a subscription, however.


  • Fast print and copy speeds
  • High image quality
  • Duplexer for two-sided prints
  • 35-sheet document feeder
  • Photo paper input tray (15 sheet capacity)


  • – Ink costs are high without a subscription
  • – Scanning speeds are a bit slow
  • – Network and iOS setup was troublesome
  • – Scanning requires a network connection
  • – ADF lid hinges have no resistance
  • – Starter cartridges run out quickly

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The HP Envy Inspire 7955e (270) is a versatile inkjet printer that offers plenty of features for a fair price. Outfitted with an automatic document feeder (ADF) and a duplexer for making two-sided prints, this full-featured all-in-one is well equipped for most office tasks, and offers a second input tray for photo paper. This model does not, however, offer fax capability.

The Envy Inspire is optimized for use on a network, and is best suited for an online setup. For example, to use the HP Smart software to make my first scan, I needed to set up an account with HP. This quickly prompted a query asking whether I was liking the HP Smart app, as well as a solicitation to sign up for an Instant Ink subscription. To control ink costs, you will most likely want to sign up for a subscription (more on that later).

The Envy Inspire uses two ink cartridges: a pigment-based black and a dye-based tri-color cartridge. The 7955e comes with six months of free ink refills via the HP Instant Ink subscription plan. You’ll want to sign up fast: The starter color ink cartridge ran out very quickly in my testing. The recommended monthly page volume is 300 to 400 pages.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e review: Design

There are two input trays: a 125-sheet cassette and a 15-sheet photo paper tray, which handles 5 x 5, 4 x 6 and 5 x 7-inch sizes. Custom sizes can’t be accommodated in the photo paper tray, though panoramic paper can be fed through the main input tray. The output tray can hold up to 60 sheets. The ADF holds up to 35 sheets.

The 2.7-inch color touch screen is handy for stand-alone operation. I found it responsive to my entries and swiping through menus. It’s a little on the small side, however. The comparably priced Canon Pixma TS8320 sports a 4.3-inch color touch screen. For operating the printer from a PC or mobile device, HP offers the previously mentioned HP Smart app. There are not any media card slots or USB direct port for connecting a thumb drive.

You’ll need some space to accommodate this network-centric printer’s footprint. Measuring 18.1 x 20.5 x 19.2 inches, the Envy Inspire 7955e is larger than many inkjets, including some models outfitted with ink tanks (which tend to be bigger than those that use ink cartridges). Having a duplexer for making two-sided prints also tends to add volume to the chassis. But by comparison, the Canon G6020 (which uses ink tanks and has a duplexer) is still significantly smaller than the Inspire 7955e, measuring only 15.9 x 14.6 x 7.7 inches.

You will want to give this HP some vertical clearance, as well. The scanner lid’s hinges don’t offer resistance for holding up the lid and ADF, so you’ll need to prop it up at 90 degrees if you want to use both hands while placing a document on the scanner glass. Despite its size, this HP Envy weighs a modest 17.9 pounds.

Paper sensors free you from telling the printer what kind of photo paper you have loaded in the second paper tray. At first, this can be confusing. The LCD menu shows both the main tray paper setting as well as the photo paper tray setting, although the photo paper setting is grayed out. This lets you know that you do not need to select the paper type; it has been recognized. You will still need to confirm plain paper sizes in the main tray when you refill it.

The printer offers a quiet mode, which is 40 percent quieter than regular operation, according to the company.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e review: Print Speed

The HP Envy printed our five-page text document in 32.2 seconds, or 9.3 ppm. This was faster than the average of 9.1 ppm. Graphics printing also was faster than the average. The HP Envy printed our six-page PDF of color graphics and text in 1 minute and 41 seconds, or 3.6 ppm. This was significantly faster than the average of 2.7 ppm.

Using its duplexer, the HP Envy made two-sided prints quickly as well. It printed a 10-page text document on five sheets in 2 minutes and 49 seconds, or 3.6 ppm. After printing the first side of a two-sided sheet, the LCD displays a message that the page is drying, which lasted for roughly six seconds. By comparison, the Canon TR8620 (180) made the same print more slowly, at 3.1 ppm.

Making two-sided prints of our color PDF was also quick. The HP Envy printed the six pages on three sheets in 2 minutes and 52 seconds, or 2.1 ppm. On this document the wait time in between the two sides was roughly 11 seconds. By comparison, the comparably priced Canon Pixma G6020 (which uses ink tanks) made the same print more slowly, at 1.8 ppm.

Similarly, The Envy Inspire 7955e printed photos quickly. It printed our landscape photo on letter-size paper in 2 minutes and 49 seconds. This was much faster than the average of 4 minutes and 20 seconds.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e review: Copy and Scan Speed

Copy speeds were as impressive as print speeds. Copying a color page took just 21 seconds, among the fastest times we’ve recorded, and significantly faster than the average of 34.2 seconds.

The Inspire 7955e made a black-and-white copy in 15.4 seconds, beating the average of 19 seconds.

Using its ADF, copies were made quickly. A single-sided copy of a five-page text document finished in 41.9 seconds, or 7.2 ppm. By comparison, the Brother MFC-J805DW made the same copy at 6.8 ppm, while the Canon TR8620 did so at 6.7 ppm.

Scanning speeds were slower than the average. The Envy Inspire 7955e scanned an 8×10 color photograph to JPEG format at 600 dpi in 1 minute and 24 seconds. By comparison, the Canon TR8620 made the same scan in 59 seconds. The average is 1 minute and 10 seconds.

Scanning in black-and-white to PDF format also was slower than the average. Scanning at 300 dpi, the Inspire 7955e produced a PDF in 19.8 seconds, compared to the average of 11.9 seconds. The Canon TR8620, by contrast, captured the scan in just 8.8 seconds.

Using the ADF to scan multipage documents, the Inspire 7955e captured a page of text to PDF format in 28.1 seconds, including a few seconds to confirm the file save. Turning off the edge detect feature shaved a few seconds off the scanning process, but this will require manual cropping for non-standard sizes.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e review: Print Quality

The Envy Inspire 7955e made high-quality prints across the board. Text prints looked attractive; letterforms were dark and the edges looked fairly sharp up close. Lumpiness at the edges was only noticeable at close range.

Graphics printed with attractive, natural-looking colors that were faithfully reproduced in most cases. Fine details looked sharp, though pixels were noticeable in some textures that could have looked a little smoother, when viewed up close.

When using the duplexer, two-sided prints of our color PDF looked slightly less sharp than when printed single-sided. The graphics were not quite as sharp in the fine details, and text edges were softer than on one-sided prints.

Glossy photo prints looked attractive overall, with high-quality reproduction of details, textures and colors. The prints had a tendency to exaggerate reds and yellows slightly, producing a warm or slightly oversaturated look—but not always. One photo I printed multiple times on 4×6 matte paper looked less saturated the first time, but the second print was noticeably more red and closer to the on-screen original.

Photos with dark shadows tended to lose some fine details in the shadow areas of the print, flattening the overall look. On matte paper in particular, this had a tendency to flatten the image slightly.

Scan quality was high. Text and graphics were reproduced faithfully on a par with all-in-ones in its class. In a scan of a photograph, subtle details in dark shadows were reproduced, rather than becoming a blocked-up patch of black. Fine details in scans of photographs were reproduced well, and prints made at full size looked good overall. When viewed at roughly the original 8×10-inch size, the HP Inspire created details that looked sharper on a PC screen compared to the same photo scan from the Canon TS8320. Enlarging the images to actual scan file size, however, revealed artifacts in the HP’s scans that produced an unnatural look and distorted edges, presumably from sharpening. As with our glossy prints, the scans leaned warm, emphasizing reds and yellows. This looked pleasing on lighter skin tones, though on other subjects the effect was arguably a little unnatural-looking.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e review: Ink Cost and Yield

The Inspire 7955e comes with six months of ink. If you continue with the ink subscription, you will need to decide on a plan, depending on how much you expect to print. If you choose to go the old-fashioned route and buy ink cartridges without a subscription, you will pay higher than average prices.

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Using standard cartridges, ink costs are high. Costs per page are 9.5 cents (text) and 24.6 cents (color), which are far above the averages of 5.5 cents and 15.7 cents, respectively. Using high-yield cartridges results in lower ink costs, but they are still above what many other models offer: 7 cents (text) and 18.1 cents (color), versus the averages of 4.3 cents and 11.2 cents.

For a full run-down of HP’s Instant Ink subscription service, see “What is HP Instant Ink?” https://www.tomsguide.com/news/HP-instant-ink. In short, the company offers five plans to choose from, based on how many pages you print. It seems most likely you will save money with the ink subscription plan – compared to the high costs per page without one.

The basic plan allows for 10 pages per month, costs 99 cents, and thus costs 10 cents per page. The 3.99 occasional plan lowers cost per page to 8 cents, allowing 50 pages per month. The 100-page moderate plan costs 5.99, or 6 cents per page.

All these cost per page calculations assume you use up all your plan’s pages. You are allowed to rollover pages, however, though there are some limitations. Important to note is that all pages cost the same in these calculations. The more you print in color, the more money, in theory, you could be saving.

However, given the Envy Inspire’s large size, it’s worth considering whether an ink tank model might make more sense. For example, the comparably priced Canon G6020 offers extremely low ink costs of just 0.2 cents (text) and 0.8 cents (color), without an ink subscription. (HP also makes ink tank printers, though we have not tested one under 300).

If you don’t plan to sign up for an ink subscription, be forewarned that the starter ink cartridges (which hold less ink than standard cartridges) ran out very quickly in our testing. After just 22 text pages, 26 color pages, and four 8 x 10 glossy photo prints, the color cartridge needed to be replaced.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e review: Setup and Software

Getting the HP Envy Inspire set up was not as smooth as I’d hoped. For all the promised convenience of a wireless network and internet connectivity, I found myself wishing for the convenience of a plug-and-play USB cable setup. The printer does have a USB port and I did set it up as such for some testing, but you can’t use all of HP Smart’s features without an online account, which I found frustrating. For example, you can’t set up shortcuts for scanning at specific settings or to email, etc.

Using the QR code on the quick setup guide, I downloaded the HP Smart app to my iPhone. But after briefly connecting with it, the connection dropped and the next three attempts failed. The Envy Inspire’s blue light was blinking, indicating that wireless was enabled, but my iPhone could not see it.

Trying another route, I consulted the printer’s touchscreen. The menus allowed for entering the printer’s IP address. But neither the on-screen menu or the printed quick start guide offered help where this would be found. The touchscreen would not leave the product tour slide presentation, so I was stuck. When I did locate the IP address and tried entering it in the iOS HP Smart app, it would not accept the hyphens. So, I was still unable to connect.

When this got ironed out, I used the iOS HP Smart app to set up a Wi-Fi connection, and pressed the WPS button on my wireless router, when prompted. After connecting, the app instructed me to turn on location and Bluetooth on my phone, though both of them were already on. When selecting the printer in my iPhone’s Wi-Fi settings, I was prompted for a password, but I was not sure if it was asking for my iPhone password or my HP Smart password. So, I ended up having HP send me codes that expired in just a few minutes, and I had to repeat the step.

On my Windows 10 PC, I was prompted in the HP Scan software to set up an online account. Right after the first scan, I was asked whether I was enjoying the HP Smart. Given what followed, this question was premature.

You can print text documents, emails and photos from their native applications. But PDF files will not print from Acrobat Reader. To print PDF files on the Envy Inspire 7955e, you must use the HP Smart software.

As for scanning, HP Scan works fine for basic tasks, but it can be finicky and more trouble than it’s worth. Although it has presets for scanning and automatically cropping 4×6 and 5×7 photos, it does not have an 8×10 setting and so you will have to crop these scans yourself. There is an auto crop feature, but it’s not reliable. When scanning an 8×10 photo collage, the auto crop feature homed in on the frame around the team photo, completely ignoring the remaining 40 percent of the image, including a background and an individual portrait.

After scanning, the software’s on-screen “OK” button could not be engaged by pressing enter on my PC’s keyboard. To save the scan, I had to mouse over to the on-screen button and click it with my mouse each time.

HP Envy Inspire 7955e review: Bottom Line

The HP Envy Inspire 7955e offers a lot of features and praise-worthy performance for a fair price. The photo paper tray, ADF and duplexer make this all-in-one a versatile tool for home and office tasks. With fast printing and quick copying, plus high image quality across the board, you don’t sacrifice quality for speed. The outsized chassis, however, may not fit in cramped quarters.

Keeping ink costs reasonable requires an ink subscription plan. Some features only work within the HP ecosystem (such as printing PDFs) or require an online account. If this online-dependend and network-centric approach sounds more like a convenience than a limitation, the Inspire 7955e will likely meet your expectations.

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Supported Windows Operating Systems:

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Microsoft Windows 11 Full Version, Windows 10 (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows 8.1 (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows 8 (32-bit, 64-bit) and Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit)

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The full solution software includes everything you need to install and use your HP printer. This collection of software includes the complete set of drivers, installer software, and other administrative tools.

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Driver Details

Released: Mar 23, 2022 Driver File Name: HPEasyStart-13.6.5-EN7900_55_4_5082_1_Webpack.exe Version: 55.4.5082

Ink cartridge information for the HP ENVY Inspire 7958e printer

HP ENVY Inspire 7920, 7920e, 7921, 7921e, 7924e, 7955e and 7958e All-in-One Cartridge Numbers.

North America and Latin America (64 ve 64XL).

Europe, CIS, Middle East, Africa (303 ve 303XL).

Asia Pacific (804 ve 804XL).

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HP ENVY Inspire 7958e Printer Driver Installation For Windows

Download the HP ENVY Inspire 7958e Printer Free Driver. After completing the download, insert the device into the computer and make sure that the cables and electrical connections are complete. After this, run the downloaded driver file to install and run the installation. It is important that the operating system is compatible when installing the driver. Please check immediately if your operating system is compatible.

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