HP is updating its printers to the latest HP software.
In a blog post, HP says that it has rolled out HP ProPlus 2.1.3, which has some of the latest features such as the new support for printing from Adobe Creative Cloud.
HP is also rolling out the latest version of HP ProColor, which is the printer ink color software, along with the latest versions of the HP ProLine and HP ProJet printers.
HP says the new versions are faster than previous versions of HP printers.
It also says it is adding a new HP ProPort and ProPulse firmware to help make the printers even more responsive.
The company also says that the latest firmware version includes improvements to the user interface, including the ability to set a “time to print” setting and the ability for the printer to display an estimated time to print.
It says that some of these improvements include improved “touch and zoom” controls, as well as improved handling of multi-page images and other types of large printouts.
HP has also added support for Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Illustrator CC, and it says that “the latest HP ProSeries and HP Professional printers will have support for all Adobe Creative Suite and CC licenses.”