How to Connect Wireless Printer in Windows 10

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Connecting your wireless printer when you need to quickly print something but the printer is away somewhere or you need to keep plugging USB cable. You can connect wireless printer in Windows or install a wireless printer or add a printer connected to another laptop or PC on your network.

The following steps are going to demonstrate step by step how to Connect Wireless Printer in Windows 10, which will enable you to set up and configure the sharing of printers and content.


Step 1: Open Windows Search

  1. Open Windows search by pressing Windows Key + Q.
  2. Type in “printer.”
  3. Select Printers & Scanners.
  4. Turn on the printer.
  5. Refer to the manual to connect it to your Wi-Fi network.
  6. Hit Add a printer or scanner.
  7. Select the printer from the results.

Step 2: Adding Printer & Scanner

Searching for printer and scanner then click Add Device

You should be now ready for your printer. This process will also work with wired printers, simply plug in the unit on the above the steps.


Step 3: Troubleshooting

If you’re still unable to see your printer, ensure it’s switched on and both the printer and your PC are on the same local network or change the default printer

  1. Open Windows search by pressing Windows Key + Q.
  2. Type in “printer.”
  3. Select Printers & Scanners.
  4. Turn “Let Windows manage my default printer” to off
  5. Select the printer you wish to set as default from the list of devices.
  6. Select Manage.
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