Many a time I want to surf webpages I recently surfed, But as we all know even in today's lightning fast life, we do not get internet connectivity everywhere. We need to open some previously opened pages, but when we try to open it again by going through history, it need internet connectivity again. Why is it so? Actually it is default feature of Google Chrome that it do not save complete cache data of webpage, So, we need internet each time we want to open a webpage. Unfortunately, there is no option by default in Google Chrome Settings to enable such a feature. However, by using the amazing trick which I am sharing with you, you could easily activate such feature in you Chrome. It's just a 2 step away,1. Open Google Chrome and type
chrome://flags/#enable-offline-modein address bar and press ENTER.
Enable Offline Cache Modeand click on Enable option there under.
Thereafter, you just need to restart your Chrome Browser. Now, you can enjoy your recent webpages without internet connectivity. To use this feature, just open important webpages when you have internet connectivity and read it Any-time Anywhere whether you have internet connectivity or not. You can use this feature in Flights areas where Internet is restricted. Use this feature and save your precious time.
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