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How to Add a Printer to Windows 10

Install any printer quickly and easily

Adding a printer to Windows 10 is simple, but the process differs for wired and wireless devices.

Since Windows 10 supports most printers, you probably won’t need to install any special software for your device.

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How to add a printer to Windows 10: Network

A network printer connects through your local network, such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Before connecting to your printer, turn it on and join the network.

You may need to obtain permission from an administrator to install a shared printer, for example on your company intranet.

to go Start > Settings.

Choose devices.

Choose Printers and scanners.

Choose Add a printer or scanner.

Screenshot of printers and scanners in Windows 10

Wait for Windows 10 to search for nearby printers.

Select the name of the printer you want to add, then follow the onscreen instructions to install the printer on your computer.

If the printer you want to use does not appear in the list of available printers, The printer I want is not in the list.

The screenshot of the printer I want is not listed

Select the appropriate option for your printer and Following.

Screenshot of the Add Printer dialog box

Follow the onscreen instructions to set up your printer.

How to add a printer to Windows 10: Local

When you install a new local printer, connect the power cable as well as the USB cable that you connected to your computer. Cable connections usually start the driver installation automatically. If prompted, you will need to download and install custom software and printer driver. You can then add it to your computer.

Medicine printers in the Windows search box.

Choose Printers and scanners under System Settings in the search results list.

Windows 10 Printers and Scanners Screenshot

Choose Add a printer or scanner. Wait for Windows 10 to search for nearby printers.

Screenshot of finding printers and scanners

Select the printer name. Follow the onscreen instructions to set up the printer on your computer.

Windows 10 cannot find local printer

If Windows 10 cannot recognize a printer connected with a USB cable, try the troubleshooting steps below.

Connect the USB cable directly to the computer. Using a hub or docking station may prevent a solid connection.

Turn off the computer.

Turn off the printer.

Restart the PC.

After the computer restarts, log back into Windows, and then turn on the printer.

Try installing the printer. If Windows still does not recognize the printer, continue troubleshooting.

Disconnect the USB cable from the printer and the computer.

Plug the cable back in, making sure it’s firmly connected to both devices.

Try installing the printer. If Windows still does not recognize the printer, continue troubleshooting.

Plug the USB cable into another USB port on the computer.

If Windows still does not recognize the printer, try using a different USB cable as a damaged cable will prevent you from securely connecting the printer to your computer.

When you’re done, you can set a default printer in Windows 10.


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How to Add a Printer to Windows 10

Install any printer quickly and easily

Adding a printer to Windows 10 is straightforward, although the process differs for wired versus wireless devices.

Since Windows 10 supports most printers, you probably won’t need to install special software for your device.
How to Add a Printer to Windows 11
How to Add a Printer to Windows 10: Network

A network printer connects through your local network, such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Before you connect to your printer, turn it on and join it to the network.

You might need permission from an administrator to install a shared printer, such as one on your company’s intranet.

Go to Start > Settings.

Select Devices.

Select Printers & Scanners.

Select Add Printer or Scanner.

Wait while Windows 10 searches for nearby printers.

Select the name of the printer you want to add, then follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer onto your computer.

If the printer you want to use doesn’t appear in the list of available printers, choose The printer that I want isn’t listed.

Choose the option that corresponds with your printer and select Next.

Follow the on-screen instructions to install your printer.

How to Add a Printer to Windows 10: Local

When you set up a new local printer, connect the power cord as well as a USB cord, with which you connect it to your computer. Cable connections often automatically initiate driver installation. If prompted, you will need to download and install specialized printer software and driver. Then you can add it to your computer.

Type printers into the Windows Search box.

Select Printers & Scanners under System Settings in the search results list.

Select Add printers or scanners. Wait while Windows 10 searches for nearby printers.

Select the name of the printer. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer onto your computer.

Windows 10 Can’t Find Local Printer

If Windows 10 is unable to recognize a printer connected by a USB cord, try the following troubleshooting steps.

Connect the USB cable directly to the computer. Using a hub or docking station could prevent a solid connection.

Shut down the computer.

Turn off the printer.

Restart the computer.

After the computer is reboots, log back into Windows then turn on the printer.

Attempt to install the printer. If Windows still does not recognize the printer, continue troubleshooting.

Disconnect the USB cable from both the printer and the computer.

Reconnect the cable, ensuring that it is securely connected to both devices.

Attempt to install the printer. If Windows still does not recognize the printer, continue troubleshooting.

Plug the USB cord into a different USB port on the computer.

If Windows still does not recognize the printer, try using a different USB cable, as a damaged cord will prevent you from securely connecting the printer to your computer.

When you’re done, you can set a default printer in Windows 10.

#Add #Printer #Windows

How to Add a Printer to Windows 10

Install any printer quickly and easily

Adding a printer to Windows 10 is straightforward, although the process differs for wired versus wireless devices.

Since Windows 10 supports most printers, you probably won’t need to install special software for your device.
How to Add a Printer to Windows 11
How to Add a Printer to Windows 10: Network

A network printer connects through your local network, such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Before you connect to your printer, turn it on and join it to the network.

You might need permission from an administrator to install a shared printer, such as one on your company’s intranet.

Go to Start > Settings.

Select Devices.

Select Printers & Scanners.

Select Add Printer or Scanner.

Wait while Windows 10 searches for nearby printers.

Select the name of the printer you want to add, then follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer onto your computer.

If the printer you want to use doesn’t appear in the list of available printers, choose The printer that I want isn’t listed.

Choose the option that corresponds with your printer and select Next.

Follow the on-screen instructions to install your printer.

How to Add a Printer to Windows 10: Local

When you set up a new local printer, connect the power cord as well as a USB cord, with which you connect it to your computer. Cable connections often automatically initiate driver installation. If prompted, you will need to download and install specialized printer software and driver. Then you can add it to your computer.

Type printers into the Windows Search box.

Select Printers & Scanners under System Settings in the search results list.

Select Add printers or scanners. Wait while Windows 10 searches for nearby printers.

Select the name of the printer. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the printer onto your computer.

Windows 10 Can’t Find Local Printer

If Windows 10 is unable to recognize a printer connected by a USB cord, try the following troubleshooting steps.

Connect the USB cable directly to the computer. Using a hub or docking station could prevent a solid connection.

Shut down the computer.

Turn off the printer.

Restart the computer.

After the computer is reboots, log back into Windows then turn on the printer.

Attempt to install the printer. If Windows still does not recognize the printer, continue troubleshooting.

Disconnect the USB cable from both the printer and the computer.

Reconnect the cable, ensuring that it is securely connected to both devices.

Attempt to install the printer. If Windows still does not recognize the printer, continue troubleshooting.

Plug the USB cord into a different USB port on the computer.

If Windows still does not recognize the printer, try using a different USB cable, as a damaged cord will prevent you from securely connecting the printer to your computer.

When you’re done, you can set a default printer in Windows 10.

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