How to Use Google Chrome in Offline/Without Internet

How to Use Google Chrome in Offline/Without Internet: We know that when we open any web page using Google Chrome, it connects to the internet and fetch our latest version query from the server and then display it on our screen. When our computer remains offline, then it displays an error message, saying it is unable to Connect the Internet.


How to Use Google Chrome in Offline/Without Internet

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We can search for different web pages by different types of web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera. Some of these web browsers, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox web, can work easily offline, but we can not work quickly using Google Chrome. When we use Internet Explorer or Firebox as a web browser for query any types of pages, it autosaves a copy of our web pages and displays this pages in offline mode, I mean, when our Internet is not connected, then it shows on our screen.

Suppose we want to know any topics, then we can open all the problem-related pages that we would like to read later. After close the browser that’s topics, we can easily understand, while our computer is offline.

If we use Google Chrome, we can not read any topics in offline mode by default. In this case, we can set secret settings that will help to open a page in offline mode.

How to Use Google Chrome in Offline/Without Internet


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Browse Offline Using Google Chrome:

Go to Google Chrome Browser and type chrome://flags/#enable-offline-mode in your address bar. After put the code, click on the “Enable” option, and then restart the browser. Your Google Chrome will no longer serve the “not connected to the Internet” error if the page you are trying to access in the local cache.
Chrome Caches the HTML content, JavaScript, Images, and caches the CSS stylesheets with pages so that it looks like the original when you will open this page offline. However, if there are resources that require an active Internet Connection, like JavaScript widgets or videos, they will be replaced with placeholder images.

You can check this feature. To test this feature, open any web page inside your Google Chrome browser and turn off your internet connection and then restart the browser. If the offline mode is enabled, then the cached file would show on your screen.

Updated: October 15, 2019 — 4:58 pm

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