When our ISP is down or we are traveling with intermittent connectivity. It’s always good to keep a copy of the website page that we want to refer to or read offline for easy access.
The offline files or webpage give the flexibility of working without the internet and also the ability to share the files with other devices.
All you need is to save the webpage in your local drive and Edge will automatically download and create folder structure with all files and images needed.
How to Save Webpage Offline in Edge Computer?
Here are the steps to download and save a webpage for offline access in Edge browser on a computer:
- Launch the Microsoft Edge browser on the computer.
- Click on for more options and menu.
- Hover on the More Tools menu from the options.
- Select the Save Page As… option from the list.
- Choose the desired location on your machine, either Downloads or Desktop wherever you want to save.
This will download the webpage copy and save 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.
Now 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.
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