In the case of one computer, you just put the printer next to the computer and connect it with your system. But the problem arises when you have a laptop or more than one computer, and you don’t want to get up to connect to a printer every time. But you need not worry that you have to buy a printer for every computer. The best solution is to this issue is that you need to set up the printer to connect to your currently using Wi-Fi network.
Steps to set up the wireless printer
Here we will provide you the general steps to connect the printer to a Wi-Fi network because it is not possible in one short article, to sum up, all the models and brand of the printer. To get to know the specific printer's detail, then you need to visit the official website of that printer.
When you connect the printer to the network then you generally use DHCP, where the network router by default assigns an IP address to the system and the other devices.
Click on the correct wireless network, if required enter the password, and the printer automatically will catch an IP address from the network.
Then you need to check that is printer came with setup software or not.
Visit the control panel on your computer to connect it.
For Windows 7 users, it is under the start menu. In the start menu, you need to click on the printers and devices.
If you do this way and still you can’t find the printer on the network, then you can the other way that is adding the printer as a local printer.