|print queue cmd||1.92||1||2965||94|
|print queue command||0.31||0.8||4721||92|
|printer queue command||0.6||1||8849||38|
|printer queue command prompt||1.48||0.5||6903||34|
|print queue cmu||0.72||0.9||4784||61|
|print queue cmich||1.66||0.3||1379||87|
|view print queue from cmd||1.23||0.8||5260||68|
|reset print queue cmd||2||0.8||2650||8|
|stop print queue cmd||0.53||0.5||2538||23|
|open print queue cmd||0.01||0.2||4084||11|
|del print queue cmd||0.19||1||4695||98|
|delete print queue cmd||1.72||0.9||941||25|
|stop print queue service cmd||1.09||0.7||6153||65|
The three commands lpq, lpc and lprm are used to manage the print queues. lpq lists the jobs in the print queue. lpc is the control command which can be used to manage the print queue including (stopping the printer, starting the pritner and reordering the jobs on the print queue).How do you clear printer queue?
Step 1: Open Settings app and then navigate to Devices > Printers & scanners. Step 2: Click on your printer to see Open queue button. Click on Open queue button to view all print queue jobs. Step 3: Right-click on a print job and then click Cancel to clear it from the print queue.Why are my printer documents stuck in queue?
When you print a document, it’s not sent directly to your printer. Instead, it gets placed in a queue. Once in the queue, Windows comes along and notices something needs to be printed, and sends it to the printer. The problem is that sometimes the queue gets “stuck”, for lack of a better word.