If you wonder why your printer is offline, there are several reasons for this, and you will find the steps to bring your Printer Online in Windows 10 below.
Make Printer Online in Windows 10
In most cases, printers go offline due to paper jams, running out of paper, or minor network connectivity issues.
Clearing the paper jam, refilling the paper tray, and restarting the printer should help solve the problem in such cases. However, if the issue persists, you’ll need to manually bring the printer online on your Windows computer.
If this is the case, the steps to make a Printer Online in Windows 10 are below.
1. Make Printer Online Using Settings
The simplest way to make your Printer Online in Windows 10 is to disable the Use Printer Offline option in the Settings App.
1. Go to your computer’s Settings and select Devices.
2. On the next screen, in the left pane, select Printers & Scanners. Select your printer in the right-pane and then click the Open queue option.
3. On the next screen, go to the Printer Tab and uncheck the Use Printer Offline box to remove the checkmark from this item.