Brother MFL-Pro Suite Installation

by Alex Lubyansky ; Updated September 28, 2017

Brother MFL-Pro Suite allows you to fully utilize your Brother printer when connected to your computer. You will be able to perform all tasks possible with your Brother machine after you install the MFL-Pro Suite. You can follow the instructions from Brother to fully install the software to a Windows computer. This will ensure a successful installation.

Installation Disk

Place the Brother MFL-Pro Suite disk into your optical drive. Your computer may automatically detect this disk and open the installation program. Alternatively, you may have to manually initiate the install. Click "Start," select “Computer” and double-click your optical drive. Double-click “Setup.exe.”

Read the license terms. Follow prompts to accept the license agreement.

Click "Next" to select the default installation path or you can select a different location for your installation.

Follow prompts to select the settings for your installation. You can select “Express” or “Custom” installation. The custom option allows you to select which components to install on your computer. The express option installs all components.

Click “Next.” Restart your computer after the installation completes.

Online

Go to the Brother website (see Resources). Browse the MFL-Pro Suite options to select the appropriate version for your model of Brother printer and operating system. Click "See details" for more information.

Click "Where to buy" or "Buy online."

Enter and submit your payment information. You will receive a download link. Click the link to initiate the download.

Run the setup program that you downloaded. Accept the license agreement and select a destination for your installation. Select your installation type and begin the installation. Restart your computer after the installation completes.

Tip

  • Brother also has versions of MFL-Pro Suite for Mac computers.

About the Author

Alex Lubyansky has been a writer since 2007. He was a research assistant for the legal publication "Feminist Jurisprudence: Volume IV" and has been published in the Education and Employment Tips section of a prominent website. He holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and is currently a law student at DePaul University.