YouTube has been providing video downloading and offline viewing for a long time, but so far it has been limited to YouTube Premium subscribers and only on mobile devices.But according to Android Police report, PC users may soon be able to enjoy offline viewing, but not surprisingly, it should be only Premium subscribers.
Currently downloading and offline viewing on PC is still an experimental feature, Premium users can go to YouTube trial new feature page opens, After that, just go to the “three dots” menu of any video, and you will see the “download” option. After downloading, it should appear in the “Downloaded Content” menu, but it didn’t save it when I tried it. The download resolution can range from 144p to 1080p (that is, you cannot download 4K or higher), but other than that, it seems that there is no additional restriction on the size of the video, it depends on how much capacity your device has left. .
Generally speaking, PCs rarely have access to the Internet, so this function is probably the most suitable person to use, is to watch videos on a laptop while flying?