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How to delete, erase, or clear all print jobs for printer on Windows [Guide]
Posted By Ashraf On April 22, 2013 @ 1:08 AM In Windows | 6 Comments
Ever want to print something and it doesn’t print, so you hit the print button multiple times? Or maybe you have a bunch of old print jobs sitting in your printer spooler due to a broken printer and don’t want to print all those jobs once you have a new printer. Or whatever. It doesn’t really matter why you want to erase print jobs from your printer spooler in Windows; what matters is you want to do it. This guide will show you how to easily erase/clear/delete all print jobs from your printer spooler on Windows.
The following will work on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 but take note it only works for your default printer.
To erase, delete, or clear all print jobs on Windows for your default printer, do the following:
Simply run ClearPrintJobs.exe whenever you want to delete/clear/eraser all print jobs from your printer.
If you want to erase/clear/delete all print jobs on Windows for your default printer but don’t want to download anything, you can do it via command-line. Do the following:
Repeat this process every time you want to delete/clear/eraser all print jobs from your printer.
That wasn’t hard, now was it? Enjoy!
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