Cloud services have several benefits, such as multi-device access, collaboration, and fear of loss, but the downside is that when the network runs out, your files will not be available. While it's becoming increasingly convenient to go online, Google has previously turned off offline mode for your own document services, such as Documents, Slides, and Sheets, allowing you to continue working on the plane or where there is no internet.
Today, Google is considering bringing the same functions to various file types, such as PDFs, images and Office files, but there are still some restrictions. In addition to the fact that the service itself is still in beta, to apply to Google, the other is that you must use a Chrome processor. You can then start this function by accessing the Drive or Docs settings to test it. Google said that the temporary offline filing feature does not apply to Chrome OS, but there will be opportunities in the future, but other browsers are not necessarily, maybe there is integration problem?