How to list all the installed Printers on Windows 10 computer

You can install multiple printers on a Windows computer. Now when you have installed many Printer, you may want to list all the installed printers. Today we will show you how to carry out this task using different. methods.

List all the Printers installed on Windows 10

You can use the following four ways can be used to list all the installed Printers on Windows 10:

  1. Using Control Panel.
  2. Via Windows 10 Settings App.
  3. Using Windows PowerShell.
  4. Using Command Prompt.

Let us see these methods in details.

1] Using Control Panel

Open Control Panel. Select Devices and Printers.

Under the section of Printers, you will find all the printers installed on your computer.

2] Using Windows 10 Settings App

list all the installed Printers on Windows 10

Open the Windows 10 Settings App. Select Devices.

Then click on Printers & scanners.

Under the section of Printers & scanners, you will find all the installed printers on your computer.

3] Using Windows PowerShell

Run Windows PowerShell and execute this command to list the names 0f the installed printers:

Get-Printer | Format-List Name

Execute this command to list all the details of the installed printers:

Get-Printer | Format-List

Run this command to save all the details of the installed printers to a text file on the Desktop:

Get-Printer | Format-List | Out-File "$env:userprofile\Desktop\InstalledPrinters.txt"

4] Using Windows Command Prompt

Open the Windows Command Prompt.

To list the installed printers, execute this command:

wmic printer list brief

To save the list of the installed printers, execute this command:

wmic printer list brief > "%userprofile%\Desktop\Printers.txt"

I hope you find this guide useful.

Now read: How to list Printers using the same printer driver, separately in Windows 10.

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