Google has brought its Cloud Print project to Windows and launched both a driver and a service on Google Tools.
Google Cloud Print connects Cloud Print-aware applications to any printer and integrates with the mobile versions of Gmail and Google Docs, and is also listed as a printer option in the Print Preview page of Chrome.
But the new release is a little more important for Windows users because it makes it possible to print to cloud printers from Windows applications. You don’t need Chrome to run it.
The Google Cloud Print Service becomes a Windows service so that administrators can install it and connect existing printers to Google Cloud Print in their businesses, organisations, and schools.
Google has also allowed a user to share a printer with others by simply publishing a link.