Late last year, Netflix finally introduced offline viewing on some platforms. Offline viewing on Netflix basically allows you to download videos so that you can watch them when you are offline. It is a very neat feature if you travel a lot as you can download anything you want to watch during your journey rather than having to worry about the internet connection.
Today, Netflix is bringing offline viewing to Windows 10. The company is rolling out a new update to its Windows 10 app which brings the new feature, simply titled “Download & Go”. Download & Go works just like you would expect it to — there’s a tiny download button for almost all TV shows, movies and documentaries on Netflix and clicking on it will start downloading it to your Windows 10 device. Once downloaded, you can access it from the “My Downloads” section on the hamburger menu and watch it offline whenever you want.
Netflix does not allow users to download all of its content, however. For instance, some movies like Iron Man 3 aren’t available for download which is a bit disappointing. But there is a handy little “Available for Download” section where you can find all the content that you can download on your device for offline viewing.
Netflix’s Windows 10 app is available from the Windows Store for both Windows 10 PCs and Mobile devices, and you can download it from the link below.
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