Nothing ever vanishes completely from the Internet. Whether a web page has been down for a few minutes or a few years, there are a few ways you can view its content anyway.
Google and other search engines download and keep copies of the web pages they index. if a web page is down, you can easily view the most recent copy cached by Google.
If you’re trying to access a web page from Google search, it’s easy to access the cached copy. Just click the back button in your web browser when the web page doesn’t load. Click the arrow to the right of the web page’s address, and click “Cached” to view the old copy.
If the page appears to be taking a long time to load, you can click the “Text-only version” link at the top of the cached page. The web page will load instantly, but you won’t see any images. This is necessary when the website’s server is down and your browser can’t load the web page’s images.
You’ll also see the date and time when Google created this cached copy displayed at the top of the page.
There’s also quick way to view Google’s cached copy of any web page without going through Google search first.
Just plug the following address into your address bar, replacing example.com/page.htmwith the full address of the web page you want to view.
Be sure to omit the “http://” or “https://” from the start of the web page’s address if you do this. So, if you wanted to view the cached copy of https://www.howtogeek.com/226280/how-to-take-screenshots-in-windows-10/ , you’d type:
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