As you browse thought the web sometimes you come across an interesting article or document or you want to print an attachment but a printer is not available to you at the very moment or there isn’t enough connection to your printer.
In such cases you use the Google cloud service to transfer that particular article or document to your desktop and get it printed. For the Google cloud print to work all you need is a desktop with your printer switched on and also a chrome web browser. With this feature you can print any documents remotely from any place without worrying about how to print.
So we have prepared a guide for you that will help you to set up Google cloud printing service and start printing from work or Starbucks.
How To Set Up Google Cloud Print
1. You need to have chrome browser installed in your desktop. After you have installed the browser click on the spanner > settings. Click on show advanced settings and click on add printer and follow the instructions to add your printer
2. Some printers such as HP or Epson printers come pre-configured for use with Google cloud print service. Not all printers are configured for cloud print so if you are not sure about the type of printers then click on others.
3. Now take your android smart phone and open up Play store. Search for Cloud print and install it in your device. Now start up the app and enter your Google account and tap done. You must let the app allow access to your cloud print service.
4. When you want to print a document select print from your android device and it will show up a list of devices that are available for printing. Select your printer from the list and print a test page. If the test page is printing properly then you can go ahead and use it to print your documents.
There you have a simple guide that will allow you to set up your Google cloud printing service with your desktop which will allow you to use your printer at your home for printing important documents.
Do let us know if there are any other way which will allow you to remotely print your documents.