With the default configuration, Microsoft Edge allows users to print web content that includes webpages, documents, PDF files, etc. In other words, you can print any document through the Microsoft Edge browser; it does not prohibit users from taking a print of any document. By default, this feature is enabled for all users; however, if you don’t want to use the printing feature anymore, you can configure Microsoft Edge not to allow users to print web content. It is possible to stop printing in the Microsoft Edge browser using the Group Policy Editor.
This tutorial will guide you on enabling or disable Printing in Microsoft Edge on your Windows 10 computer.
Enabling or Disabling Printing in Microsoft Edge
How to turn on or off Printing in Microsoft Edge browser using Local Group Policy Editor?
To enable or disable printing in Microsoft Edge browser using Group Policy, do the following steps:-
Step 1. Click on the Start button and type gpedit.msc.
Step 2. From the available search results, click on the gpedit.msc Microsoft Common Console Document.
Alternatively, press Win + R keys from the keyboard to launch the Run dialog box. Type “gpedit.msc” in the dialog box and hit Enter from the keyboard to open the Local Group Policy Editor.
Step 3. In the Local Group Policy Editor window, navigate to the following path:-
Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Microsoft Edge
Step 4. On the right side pane, double click on the “Allow printing” policy.
Step 5. To turn the feature ON, select the Enabled radio button. To turn OFF the printing feature, select the Disabled radio button. Now click Apply and then OK button to save the changes.
Now, restart your computer to apply the new changes.