Shamasis Bhattacharya’s Print Service Manager is a free system utility that allows users to easily manage the Windows printer service. Many computer users know the hassle and frustration one goes through when printing jobs go awry or when printers fail to print completely. These instances sometimes occur at the most inconvenient moments. The program provides users with an array of tools that allow them to take over the Windows printer service during the times when it fails or malfunctions. This effectively spells the end for moments where frustration might lead to users pulling their hair out over misprinted documents or malfunctioning printers.
The program features functions for printing, restarting, and stopping print jobs with one click. With these three controls alone, the user is given total control over the printer and thus eliminates many of the most common frustrations users have with printers. Another useful feature of the program is that it allows users to delete “undeletable” print jobs. These are failed print jobs that cannot be removed from the Windows printer manager dialog and one of the most common causes of printing job failure. The features provided by the program are useful for many environments ranging from school and academic situations, home applications, and inside the work environment.