Microsoft’s new brother printer has been around for a while, and now the company is releasing a free software version of the hardware.
The brother printer is based on an open source hardware library called libbrother that was originally developed by IBM.
Microsoft says the brother printer works with Linux, and will be released this week.
While the software is open source, the hardware isn’t.
Linux is based upon open source software, so there are many ways to get your hands on the hardware without installing it on your machine.
This is a new and innovative concept in the printing world, but Microsoft is taking it a step further.
The company says the software will be free, so that it’s available to anyone who wants to try it out.
If you’re curious about the hardware itself, the software version is available to download for free from Microsoft’s developer portal.
The hardware is made by the same company that makes its own printers, but it’s a bit more advanced, and it has a more powerful fan.
The Brother printer has a 5-inch screen, so you can use it to print PDFs or to upload photos to social networks like Facebook.
There are also a few other features included with the software, including the ability to use the printer with Linux to print on Windows and Mac computers, and support for Apple’s QuickTime, Final Cut Pro, and Corel Photon video editing apps.
The printer can print photos at 200 dpi, and can output JPEG and GIF images.
Microsoft also says that the brother print will have a 3-D Printer capability, so if you’re planning to print 3D models with your brother printer you can do so on Windows or Mac.
Microsoft is releasing the brother software as part of its “Open” initiative.
The Open program allows companies to share information about their products and open source them to the public.
The program lets developers get free software for the purpose of research and development, as well as for educational purposes.
Microsoft plans to launch a new software update this month that will add support for Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Microsoft has also been working with the Linux Foundation to create a Linux-only version of its brother printer.
The open source brother printer project has been supported by the Linux kernel, and Microsoft is using that effort to develop the brother hardware.
Microsoft’s open source Brother software is available for download from Microsofts developer portal here.