Getting web page in basic HTML?

  1. zebal's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 (Build: 19042.867)
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    Getting web page in basic HTML?


    When ever I download something it consumes all available bandwidth, since my internet speed isn't really high sometimes browsing web is not possible because it leads to "unable reach site" error, so I have to refresh few times to get page fully load.

    Right now I'm downloading and wanted to log into youtube and this is the result:

    Getting web page in basic HTML?-untitled.png

    To log into google went fine without waiting for page to fully load.
    This made me think about one thing:

    Is there any way to force getting basic HTML only while making sure not to break any site features?
    This would be useful when bandwidth get's fully consumed such as when downloading large files.

    I remember in the age of Internet Explorer there was an option to enable this, but I no longer remember where this is, and whether it would work.
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  2. desbest's Avatar
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    Windows 10
       #2

    Try looking for a web browser extension that disables CSS, javascript or images.
    If you use Firefox you'll like this web developer extension.
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  3. zebal's Avatar
    Posts : 908
    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 (Build: 19042.867)
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       #3

    Thank for recommendation, I don't use FF, but tried disabling JS and images in edge but that breaks many site features.
    ex. youtube is completely unusable, and site features such as buttons do nothing.

    I understand some of this depends on site as well.

    It looks like disabling images in settings gives good performance and doesn't break anything.

    Getting rid of CSS seems to give some results, but manually, only once site was already loaded which doesn't help:
    css - How to disable stylesheets in MS Edge without plugins - Stack Overflow
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  4. desbest's Avatar
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    Windows 10
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    Try changing your DNS servers to 1.1.1.1 to speed up your DNS queries, then use Warp by Cloudflare to compress and cache assets worldwide so your internet takes shorter distances to fetch resources like images, javascript.

    1.1.1.1 — The free app that makes your Internet faster.
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