Can I open printer queue from keyboard? Or maybe programmatically (PS/CMD) so that I can access it from console quickly?
I saw this question but placing queue on the desktop seems inelegant solution for me.
Because there's a good chance there are multiple queues for multiple printers, it makes no sense for Microsoft to create a default "Open Printer Queue" keyboard shortcut.
However, you can call the queue for a specific printer from the command line.
You'll need to know the specific name of the printer you are trying to view. If it is a network printer the name will be the full network path: "\servername\printershare"
And then you put it together:
rundll32.exe printui.dll,PrintUIEntry /o /n "printername"
If you've entered the printer name correctly, the print queue dialog will open.