Saving pages as PDFs will soon be considerably simpler in Microsoft Edge as the organization is dealing with adding a new alternative to the settings menu of its browser.
As revealed by MSpoweruser and first spotted by Leo Verla, a new option is going to Edge’s settings menu that will enable clients to add “Save as PDF” to the browser’s Context Menu.
While the content of webpages can change habitually, saving them as PDF files can be an incredible method to keep a copy of an article or blog post for research purposes.
Save as PDF
In a new post on Reddit, Leo Verla showed some screenshots of Edge’s new “Save as PDF” feature and clarified that Microsoft has likewise brought back the “mini-menu and the built-in dictionary” to insider versions of its browser.
Having the option to right click to save website pages as a PDF will probably save Edge clients a great deal of time as they recently needed to utilize the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + P to raise the browser’s print menu and pick “Microsoft Print to PDF” to do as such.
While this new feature is at present accessible in Edge Canary Build 94.0.974.0 as part of a controlled feature rollout, it ought to show up in stable versions of Microsoft’s browser in the next several months.