Microsoft Edge Context Menu gets Save as PDF Command

The new “Save as PDF” option in Microsoft Edge no longer requires you to visit the Print window to save a web page as a PDF. Chrome and Microsoft Edge let you save a page as a PDF, along with viewing PDFs. There are two ways to do that on Microsoft Edge: Save as PDF and Microsoft Print to PDF.

Click on the ellipsis icon at the top right of the web page you wish to save as a PDF. Select Print or use the Ctrl + P shortcut. Then, under the Printer dropdown menu, select “Save as PDF” and click Save.

A controlled feature rollout enables the Save as PDF context menu commands in Microsoft Edge, starting with Build 94.0.974.0. Microsoft has rolled out the “Save as PDF” feature to Edge Insiders as part of its controlled feature rollout. You can save a page as a PDF using the built-in “Print to PDF” printer.

You will have to wait until this feature appears on your computer. Currently, it is available in Microsoft Edge Canary, which will gradually reach you. Users of Windows 11, as well as Windows 10, will benefit from this feature. There is no doubt that this is an excellent tool for Windows users, who often save web pages as PDF files so they can read them later.

If you can’t wait and want this feature on your computer right now, you need to download the Microsoft Edge Canary version. For that, navigate the Microsoft Edge Insider Channels link and click on the Download button under Canary Channel.

As soon as the download is complete, double-click on the downloaded file to install it, just like you would install any other software on your computer. Now that the download is complete launch Microsoft Edge Canary and look at all its new features!

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