The use of printers together is common we see widely used in offices and at home. The main requirement for your printer to be able to use it together is the existence of a LAN or WIFI cable network. By sharing a printer, one printer can be used by many computers/laptops. How to share printers in Windows 11, Windows 10 and Windows 7 is basically the same. In the following tutorial, we will use an example using Windows 10. The same method can be used on all versions of Windows, from Windows XP to Windows 11. Types of printers: USB PrinterGenerally, the printers that we encounter have a USB connection to connect to a computer, such as the Epson L series inkjet printers, Canon Pixma series and others.Network Printer with LAN connector (RJ45)Printers with this feature are usually found in medium-high end printers. To connect to a network, this type of printer can be directly connected to the network via the RJ45 port. Examples of these models include the HP Laserjet P4515 printer, HP Color LaserJet MFP E77822 and others.Wifi Printer with Wifi connectionFor this model, you can connect to the network wirelessly. Printer models that have features like this are for example the Epson L3150 WiFi All in One Printer. Actually, there are several other connection models, such as LPT port, Bluetooth, and others. But we rarely use this model. How to share a USB printer 1. Install driver printer Install all cables according to the printer installation instructions in the manual. Do not turn...