Epson WorkForce DS-560 Driver for Windows and Macintosh OS.
Microsoft Windows Supported Operating System
Windows 10 (32/64 bit)
Windows 8.1 (32/64 bit)
Windows 8 (32/64 bit)
Windows 7 SP1 (32/64bit)
Windows Vista SP2 (32/64bit)
Windows XP SP3 (32/64bit)
Drivers and Utilities Combo Package Installer for windows 11 10 8.1 8 7 vista xp 64-bit and 32-bit Download (405.58 MB)
This combo package contains the following
# Scanner Driver (TWAIN) and EPSON Scan Utility
Document Capture Pro
EPSON Scan OCR Component
Epson Software Updater
Epson WorkForce DS-560 Driver Supported Apple Operating System
Mac OS X 14 Sonoma
Mac OS X 13 Ventura
Mac OS X 12 Monterey
Mac OS X 11 Big Sur
Mac OS X 10.15 Catalina
Mac OS X 10.14 Mojave
Mac OS X 10.13 High Sierra
Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra
Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan
Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite
Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
Drivers and Utilities Combo Package Installer for Mac OS X 10.7 – Mac OS X 10.14 Download (10.66 MB)
Scanner Driver and Epson Scan 2 Utility for Mac OS X 10.6 – Mac OS X 10.15 and Mac OS X 11 – Mac OS X 14 Download (120.56 MB)
ICA Scanner Driver for Mac OS X 10.5 – Mac OS X 10.15 and Mac OS X 11 – Mac OS X 14 Download (31.44 MB)
This Drivers and Utilities Combo Package Installer driver file contains the following drivers
# Scanner Driver and Epson Scan 2 Utility
# ICA Driver
# Document Capture
# Epson Software Updater
Epson WorkForce DS-560 Review
The Epson WorkForce DS-560 document scanner helps provide a good set of reasons to choose it, bringing in a mid-range workhorse where much of the competition targets the lower end of the small to medium business (SMB) sector. That’s when clear advantages in efficiency, genuinely useful new features, such as robust wireless connectivity, and faster speeds, such as the DS-560’s 26 pages per minute (ppm), nicely rounded off by Wi-Fi, really count. Wi-Fi for rugged and mobile users who value it in the iOS era, such a relatively small difference in price and feature set that the scanner represents to start with, is a familiar feature. Still, it is enough to elevate the DS-560 above the masses aimed at the personal or SOHO market.
Properly exploited, as we’ll discuss later in Installation and setup, Epson’s Wi-Fi also provides some unusual versatility in supporting scan-to of more than the host Windows PC and network destinations, including “most” cloud services, the company claims, making the DS-560 ideal for workgroup and collaborative, or remote, settings.
Given the decision in the review model, we should not have been surprised at that addition, given the decision in the review model, and the only one we considered based on Epson’s configuration consisting of an installed DVD and a printed Start Here poster that would assume Installation over a network. If we decide to use the scanner again, we’ll look into mobile apps for iPhone and iPad and a complete list of supporting Android devices, available at Epson’s website. Selecting the proper install would also have saved looking through the manual in the Install & Register Your Device for complete directions.
From a practicality standpoint, the DS-560 shines with one-touch scanning to predefined profiles, boosting high productivity for multi-user scenarios. Epson’s software suite also remains incredibly extensive and intelligible enough for users to utilize advanced features like automatic two-sided scanning and OCR to turn scanned documents into searchable PDFs or editable text files. The 50-page Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) also lives up to its billing from our testing by handling various paper types without issue and keeping a steady flow in particularly ponderous workflows. Some users may find the initial setup and journeying through said advanced features a bit daunting, but for most, it’s a small trade-off for the professional grade quality and control it provides.
Still, even with its strengths, the DS-560 could be better. Its initial investment is steep, and the decision to weigh its strengths against cost-effectively comparable units is a decision potential buyers must make. And while its scan quality is excellent, the DS-560 might be slightly less adept at image-heavy documents — or even pages with mixed content — where slight manual adjustments might be needed. Nevertheless, for the professional who wants a reliable, feature-rich machine that doesn’t have to tether them to any desk to get the job done, the Epson WorkForce DS-560 is a hard option to pass up. Just know you might need to work harder than expected for the best performance, just not when doing your job.