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What does Google Cloud Print mean?



Google recently decided to close its Cloud Print service, which was launched in 2010 as it is a way to make printers more available for the Chrome OS and to facilitate printing of documents through Chrome OS devices, as it is expected to close it soon.


Cloud Print service:

It is a service from Google that allows users to print from any application listed to print in the cloud on any device in the cloud to any printer - without the need to create and maintain a print subsystem for all devices, groups of client devices and printers, and without the users having to install drivers Devices on client, but with all documents transferred to Google.



Google Cloud Print was a service that was designed to meet a specific need during a specific period in history, as it was designed to address that the Chrome OS, at least in 2010, did not have its own native print framework, but it was not very comfortable as I imagined it. Google, but it was the only solution available during that time.


The service came at a time when printer support in Chrome OS was weak, and in 2017 the company added the native print option, allowing you to connect the Chrome OS device to any compatible printer across your network, without the need for Cloud Print.


The service required printers to be cloud-compatible, which means they can connect directly to the Internet without a computer, and it also meant that users would have to go down the ring road to send files to a remote server to send them to a printer right next door.

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