The Web is in your hands
Wayback Machine is a utility and tool that will give you access to the Internet’s past—and by past, we mean getting to visit websites that have long been forgotten by history. This Internet archive has these pages stored and intact. When you visit them, they would look exactly like they did the last time you saw them. Wayback Machine contains over 310 billion pages preserved in its own digital time capsule. If you are looking for an old webpage from your childhood, this software probably has it in its archives.
Dive back to the past
You are given access to websites that have been long forgotten. For whatever purpose you may have, be it nostalgia or educational, Wayback Machine is a pretty reliable Internet archive. As mentioned above, everything is kept intact and the webpages will appear just like how they did before they were shut down. When you download a link structure, rest assured that the software made no revisions or changes on the page. There is also the option to download timestamps of the website if you want to check on any significant updates it had before, whether in its appearance or other features. Other things you can retrieve are specific URLs and files such as documents and photos. This is made possible by using Wayback Machine’s filters, wherein you can either include or exclude certain search results.