How to force delete a print job on Windows 10 PC in just a few steps

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February 20, 2019 Of Directors

Many users complain of stuck print jobs while using the printer. This is due to a previous unfinished print job remaining in the print queue. As long as there is a print job at the start of the printer activity, the current print command will also block. But you don't have to worry as this problem can be easily fixed. Here's how the top does it.

Note: Create a restore point on your PC, in case something goes wrong



Force delete print job in Windows 10 using services

1] Press Tasto Windows + R together to open run.

2]Type services.msc on it and hit enter.

3] Now, find Print spooler of the list.

4] Now, right click on it and Stop that.

5] Now, find the following location on your PC: C: Windows System32 spool PRINTERS

6] Just select all files and delete them all.

7] Now, go back to the file print spooler Y Home that.


Force delete a print job in Windows 10 using the command

1] Open Symbol of the system as an administrator.


2] Simply execute the following command to delete the print job from the queue.

net stop spooler del %systemroot%System32spoolprinters* /Q /F /S net start spooler

Hope your problem has been solved.

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