Lots of websites contain great information, but they’re not laid out with printing or sharing via PDF in mind. Extra stuff like sidebars, ads, and video players make printing most websites a mess. But you can use Safari’s Reader View to print a clean copy with just the information you want included.
Want a better way to read articles in Microsoft Edge? Check out Reading View, a mode that strips away all of a website’s ads, social media, and special formatting for a distraction-free reading experience. Here’s how to use it in Windows 10.
Internet Explorer’s Metro View is a fast and beautiful way to browse the Web, but only with pages that are formatted to fit the browser’s wide screen experience. For sites that aren’t, avoid the wasted white space by using the new Reading View to automatically format article text and graphics like a native app.