What printer feature allows a computer to work while print jobs are waiting in queue to be printed?
Explanation: Print job buffering uses internal printer memory to store print jobs while the computer that sent the print job continues with other tasks. Duplexing is the feature of a printer to print on both sides of the paper. Charging is a laser printer process that charges the print drum with DC voltage. Processing is the process of converting data into a printable form.
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