Replacing inkjet printer cartridges can be expensive, especially if you print a lot at home. To save money on cartridges, do two things: First, opt to only print in "draft" mode whenever the actual quality of printing doesn't matter. It uses less ink and still lets you print out documents in nearly perfect quality. And ignore the warnings when your printer says it's running low on a color cartridge. The reality is, there is plenty of ink still in the cartridge and it can still last for many more printings. Just replace it when you see a very noticeable difference in print quality.
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