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Download Pages for Offline Access in Chrome on Computer

Are you interested in downloading web pages for offline viewing in Chrome browser? Learn how to download and access web content offline.

Google Chrome offers a feature where you can save the webpage as an offline copy in HTML format and view it in the browser whenever required.

An offline copy of a page is essential when we know we are traveling with an intermittent connection. Alternatively, you can download the page as a PDF file and save it locally.

In this guide, we have shared the steps to save the page in an HTML file for offline access in the Google Chrome browser.

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Save a Page as an HTML Document

The offline pages are stored in a local drive within the folder structure along with the .HTML file format, which you can quickly open on a Chrome browser. Here are the steps to follow:

  1. Launch Google Chrome on the computer.
  2. Click More vertical 3-dots icon for the menu and hover on the More Tools menu.
  3. Select the Save Page As… option from the list.
  4. Choose the desired location on your machine, either Downloads or Desktop, wherever you want to save.
    Save Webpage for Offline access in Chrome Computer

This will download the webpage copy and save it as HTML and all supported files. You can also save and download a page by right-clicking in the website window and selecting the similar option “Save As…” from the quick menu.

Save As for Offline access in Chrome Computer

When you disconnect your internet and open the webpage, it will automatically load without any network connection. All the supported files and folders will be organized at the desired location within our system.

Bottom Line

You can easily save websites offline on your computer using the above technique. You can zip the folder and send it to any colleague over email or drive path. You can save and share the offline webpage using WiFi or Bluetooth if you do not have a network.

You can use the Chrome browser to open any offline .html page on your computer. Alternatively, you can use the print as PDF feature to save offline site content.

Similarly, you can download and save the offline pages in Chrome on Android. This can help you access and read the content without an internet connection.

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Kushal Azza

Kushal Azza

Kushal Azza is a Google Certified IT Professional, Digital Content Creator, and Go-To Digital Marketer with Engineering Degree. He has over a decade of experience solving tech problems, troubleshooting, and innovating digital solutions. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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