The whole thing is very well integrated into the menus, but perhaps that is precisely why some people overlook the function very easily. If you are on a website that you want to save completely, you simply right-click on the page, but not on a link, otherwise another menu for further options will be opened, and then select the entry Save as… out. Optionally you can also use the key combination STRG+S use.
Here you now have three options to secure the website. With Website, HTML only only the HTML file is saved, so that you can see the page text offline, but no graphics, with the option Website, complete In addition, a folder is created with the graphics visible on the current page so that these can also be used offline and with the third option Website, single file the website is also saved completely with graphics, but in a single mhtml file that may not open correctly in every browser.
Author’s comment: It’s that easy to save a complete website in the Edge Browser.
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