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spooler

noun spool·er \ˈspü-lər\

Definition of SPOOLER

:  a computer utility that regulates data flow by receiving data (as from a word processor), queuing the data in a buffer, and then transmitting it (as to a printer) with increased efficiency

First Known Use of SPOOLER

1971

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