How to Enable Offline Cache Mode in Google Chrome to Browse Webpages in Offline

Working offline mode is a useful feature for browsers that will allow you to access the most recent web pages that you have recently visited without internet access. Working offline mode has already been available in Internet Explorer and Firefox, but Google Chrome doesn’t have this feature yet. But Google has implemented an experimental offline mode feature in its Chrome development and Canary builds.

Called “Offline Cache Mode”, this feature allows Chrome users to browse webpages that they have recently visited without internet access. This experimental feature is available in Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS and Android.

How to Enable Offline Cache Mode in Chrome?

- Install Chrome dev or Canary build.

- Type chrome://flags in the address bar and hit enter

- Locate “Enable Offline Cache Mode” and click on “Enable” option to enable it.

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- Scroll down to the bottom and click on “Relaunch Now” button to restart the browser.

Now, disconnect your internet, and try to load webpages that you’ve visited recently. Chrome should load them from the cache. What you think about this new feature for Chrome?

Kannan is a computer and Android enthusiast, a blogger by passion and a tech freak. His always ready-to-help attitude, knowledge and hard work is what drives him.

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