First introduced last year to mobile devices and tablets, Netflix offline viewing has finally come to Windows 10 devices, allowing users to download some content for later viewing. Like the functionality on smartphones and tablets, you won’t be able to download anything you want but rather a select number of movies and TV shows. Thankfully, Netflix has a menu item that will show you what shows you can download to your computer and watch later when you don’t have an internet connection.
You can also easily tell what shows or movies you can download as they are also indicated by Netflix’s download icon beside the movie or episode title on the detail page.
Once you’ve downloaded content, you can access it in the menu under the My Downloads menu item. This is definitely a feature I’ve been waiting for to come to Windows since it was first released, and it’ll definitely come in handy for pre-loading content for rainy camping nights or travelling.
What do you think about Netflix offline viewing? Is it a feature you’ve used in the past? Do you plan on using it more now that it’s come to Windows 10 as well? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.
Last Updated on April 4, 2017.