The Print Spooler is software built into the Windows operating system that temporarily stores print jobs in the computer’s memory until the printer is ready to print them. Printer Spooler is a service responsible for managing all printers from your computer to the printer. When this service is not running or stopped for some reason, it can stop your computer from properly communicating with the printer hence no prints. See the following guide on how to remove a Printer from Windows 10 via PowerShell, Windows registry and Print Management.
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To resolve this issue, press both the Windows and R keys together to open the “Run dialog box”
– Next, type “services.msc” and press enter.
– Alternatively, we can search on the fly for “services.msc” from the Windows Search box as shown below
this will open the Windows services window
– Scroll down and look for Print Spooler.
– Next right-click on it and select Properties.
Note: You can start the start the service from here by clicking on “Start”
If you wish to perform other operations before starting the service, click on properties as shown above and when you are done.
– Click on start
From the General tab, and then click on Start. The service will restart immediately
I hope you found this blog post helpful. If you have any questions, please let me know in the comment session.