Your web browser can actually save webpages and other elements on its own, though you might not have ever realized it. In Chrome, right-click on any page and choose Save as to commit it to disk—make sure Web Page, Complete is the save type. You get all the text and most of the images, but no embedded media like videos. The process is similar in Firefox. Aside from any streaming videos, audio, or complicated interactive elements, you should have a pretty good facsimile of the page on your local system. In Safari, open a page then choose File and Save As. These save tools are convenient but not very comprehensive—they were built in a simpler time when webpages were static and straightforward blocks of text and pictures thrown up in your web browser. The option is handy to have at a push, but you may well notice broken or missing elements using this method. Read-it-later services like Pocket and Instapaper are fine for getting webpages into a simplified form that you can come back to at a later date, but for those times when you want to suck down everything on a page in its entirety you need something more than the integrated tools you get in your browser.
💻 What are video downloaders for Chrome?
Video Downloader are Chrome extensions that can be used to download videos from any websites. It helps you to download any clip just by clicking on one button. Following is a handpicked list of Top Video Downloader for Chrome, with their popular features and website links. The list contains both open source free and commercial paid software.
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