Sometimes qued printer jobs failed to print. The main culprint for this problem is printer spooler service malfunction in Windows.
In Windows operating system, it is possible to print out virtually hundreds of different documents and photos from any number of applications at the same time without even having to leave those applications running while it prints. This is due to how the print spooler service functions.
The print spooler service was developed to make printing less of an aggravation and more of an automatic task by serving as a print order coordinator.
As print orders are fed from applications to a printer in Windows, they actually go through the print spooler service first. The print spooler service manages the orders chronologically and tells the printer to prepare for work.
The print spooler service recognizes the pages in a document that the user has chosen to print and how many copies of those pages to print. It then sends that order to the printer, usually starting from the last page so as to pile the pages in order.
The service’s strength lies in the queue-operated cache that uses the computer’s memory to store the information of print orders so that the printer can continue to print even if the application in which the order was executed closes. It tells the printer to finish all the pages of one order before it feeds it with another order.
Due to this dedicated print service, Windows users can execute print orders without ever having to worry about overloading the printer or disturbing current prints.