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How to Download Pages for Offline Access on Opera Computer

Learn how to download web pages for offline reading and access on an opera computer browser. You can save the pages locally and open them without the internet.

Opera browser offers the feature to Save as HTML document and Save as PDF file for any website page. We can quickly visit the Opera options menu and select “Save As” an option under the Pages menu to download the webpage along with images and media files locally for offline reading.

Download Page for Offline Access on Opera browser

Opera Browser is trusted by so many across the globe for various reasons. Some like its speed, some like its privacy settings, and a few like its accessibility of features.

It is true that Opera offers the features more conveniently than the other browsers. Most of its features are just one click away, while some are just hidden in plain sight, ready to be discovered.

Today, we will talk about one such important and efficient feature available on Opera Browser, which is, downloading pages for offline access.

If you know to download pages for offline access, you can go through them whenever you want without worrying about the internet connection or speed of the connection.

Using the Save As option

Once you know how to download the web pages for offline access on the Opera Browser, you can read whatever you want no matter where you are. It will not only save a lot of time but also make you more productive when disconnected from the internet.

Here are the steps to save a page for offline access:

  1. Launch the Opera browser on a computer.
  2. Open the webpage that you want to download for offline access.
  3. Click on Opera opera logo to open the Menu list.
  4. Select the Page from the menu drop-down list.
  5. Hit on the Save As option sub-menu.
    Save as Webpage Menu on Opera BrowserIt will open a save web page window.
  6. Choose the location and hit the Save button.

This will download a full web page with images and text, or you can even just download the HTML document. All of them are available for offline access. You can also simply Ctrl or Cmd + S keyboard shortcut to save the webpage.

If you think the above method is lengthy and confusing, worry not. There is an alternate method that is easy to follow and understand. Follow these steps to save a web page from the context menu:

  1. Launch the Opera browser on your computer.
  2. Open the webpage that you want to download for offline access.
  3. Right-click anywhere on the webpage for the context menu.
  4. Select on Save as… option menu.
    Save as context menu on opera browser
  5. Choose the location, and hit the Save button.

All these methods will help you access your web pages in offline mode. You can also use them when you want to read anything without distractions by turning your internet off. In every way, it will only make you more productive and prove to be more efficient.

Bottom Line

Opera browser is one of the most loved browsers of all time. It is said to have the highest speed and user-friendly UI among all the others. That’s why I love using it myself. It is my go-to browser. With its amazing features to choose from, my favorite has to be the one that lets you save web pages for offline access.

I use the offline access feature to read whenever I am out of town or traveling for long durations. At times like these, you do not need a travel companion, but just your reading pages kept ready with the Opera browser.

You can also use this feature when you feel too overwhelmed by the internet and want to take a break from it and continue reading. With this feature in use, no annoying notifications will distract you, or ads will frustrate you.

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Ishika Sinha

Ishika is a Master of Arts in English and Literature. She is a passionate content writer and editor with 4+ years of experience in different domains, including the media and technology industry. She is an avid reader and loves to explore cool tech stuff. Connect with her on LinkedIn.

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