Indeed, imprinting in upgraded or high goal regularly utilizes more toner contrasted with lower goal settings. The explanation is that higher goal printing requires the printer to utilize more specks per inch (DPI) to make an itemized and sharp picture. This implies that more toner particles are kept on the paper to make the better subtleties and greater result. Then again, lower goal settings utilize less DPI and, subsequently, utilize less toner. In any case, the compromise is that the print quality may not be basically as sharp and itemized as in higher goal settings.
Yes, it will use more ink. I can't say how much, as there are many factors involved. You can do a quick Google search and get various numbers on how much but it is variable based on a lot of factors of what you are printing to the resolution your printer has.
As the subject says. I want to know does printing in Enhanced or High Resolution (higher dpi) uses more Toner?? If Yes then How much more? I mean how much % higher than standard quality print?