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How to Remove a Wireless Printer

Remove Wireless Printer

Remove Wireless Printer

When you no longer need the printer, you can use the following steps to remove a wireless printer from Windows 10.

Open Settings.

  • Click on Devices.
  • Click on Printers & scanners.
  • Under “Printers & scanners”, select the wireless printer.
  • Click the Remove device button.
  • Click Yes to confirm.

Remove Wireless Printer

Installing a printer using Settings app will only install the driver to allow you to print. If you have a printer with additional features, you’ll need to install the software that came with your computer.

However, in my experience, I have found that traditional desktop printer applications can cause connection problems. On the other hand, printer manufacturers like HP, Samsung, Epson, Lexmark, and Kyocera have apps in the Windows Store that can make your experience a little easier.

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