Microsoft XPS Document Writer(MXDW): With MXDW service enabled on Windows 10, you can now save the contents of a Windows app as XPS document without affecting or changing the application’s program code. The following article will guide you through the steps involved in the process of enabling Microsoft XPS Document Writer(MXDW) on the Windows 10 operating system.
- How to Enable Microsoft XPS Document Writer on Windows 10
- Disable Microsoft MXDW on Windows10
- Conclusion of the Article
How to Enable Microsoft XPS Document Writer on Windows 10- Easy Steps:
The following steps will help you to enable MXDW Services on Windows 10.
- Go to Control Panel using Start Menu.
- On Control Panel, switch its view to Category view.
- After switching to Category view, Click on Programs.
- From Programs and Features, click Turn Windows features on or off.
- Locate Microsoft XPS Document Writer from the list and enable it and then click OK.
- Windows will search for the required files.
- Nextly, Windows will apply the changes.
- Finally, click on Close to close the process window.
Disable Microsoft XPS Document Writer on Windows 10:
Disabling this service on Windows 10 is not a difficult one. If you are aware of enabling this service, then disabling will not be a tedious process. However, for the purpose of explanation, go to the Windows Features dialog box of Control Panel and locate Microsoft XPS Document Writer and then uncheck the service and click OK. After applying the necessary changes, Microsoft Document Writer service will be disabled on Windows 10.
Conclusion of the Article:
MXDW is very essential for application developers as they don’t have a provision to save their projects as XPS document but with MXDW enabled, they can do that. Microsoft XPS Document Writer feature can be enabled on Windows 10 using the above steps.
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