How to allow Firefox Offline Browsing in Windows 10

Your web browser collects the necessary resources to view web pages, such as images, JavaScript files and style sheets, into the browser cache to make your browsing experience smoother. The browser uses the stored content to view the document, rather than downloading it once more when you visit a webpage again. In this article, we will guide you through the different methods to allow Firefox offline browsing in Windows 10.

Firefox offline browsing in Windows 10

To allow Firefox offline browsing in Windows 10, follow any of the following procedures step by step.

Method #1

Open the Firefox browser. Right click on the Title bar of the browser. A menu will pop out as the following image is showing.

Select the Menu Bar option from the popped out menu as highlighted in the above image. The Menu Bar will appear on top of the browser as the following image is showing.

Click the File menu, a sub menu will appear, then choose the Work Offline option as highlighted in the above image. When you choose this option, the menu will look like the following image is showing.

Offline browsing for Firefox has been enabled.

Method #2

Open the Firefox browser. Then click the Open menu icon from the right corner of the screen and a menu will pop out as the following image is showing.

Select the Web Developer option as highlighted in the above image. As you will click the Web Developer option, another menu will appear as the following image is showing.

Click the Work Offline option from the appeared menu as highlighted in the above image. Offline browsing for Firefox browser has been enabled.

Conclusion

By following any of these procedures, you will be able to allow Firefox Offline Browsing in Windows 10.

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