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Preparing wireless printer to work with 10 OS

HP ENVY 5660.  I have been using it with my WIN 7 laptop but will be adding a new laptop with 10 OS.  So logical question; I think I need to install drivers for 10?  Then after that will it still work with my 7 OS?  I will include the link.  Here is that HP link.  It shows WIN 7 but there is the option to change that to 10.
https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-envy-5660-e-all-in-one-printer-series/6809225/model/6809226

  I hate to make mistakes and then I don't usually know how to get myself out of trouble.  Electronics sure can be a "pain."  I try to help myself and consider it a learning experience.  I might add that I did set my printer up (myself) to work wireless, So I was actually surprised and proud of myself at the same time !!!  lol Thanks.  I'm actually wondering how difficult it would be to set up my new computer???  I usually have someone do that!!!   That would sure be great to know how to do that!!!!
Thank you to anyone who replies!!

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Re: printer

When I visited that link, it offered me to download the drivers for Windows 10 64 bit. That's exactly what I would need if I had that printer.
So I trust it will offer you what you need also. If not, change it.

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The usual

Is to wait till the W10 machine arrives, then download HP's latest driver package for W10 then install it. When it calls for connecting you deal with that. I can't guess if this is currently on wired, WiFi or other but we just wait till the new PC arrives before we deal with it.

And no, we don't touch the working W7 machine.

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