How To Enable a Website’s Desktop Version On Mobile Browsers
How you can view a website's desktop version on mobile browsers to carry out tasks that the mobile version may not allow.
Nowadays most websites adhere to a responsive design for mobile or smartphone screens. Oftentimes, however, the mobile version of a website does not offer full functionality. Therefore, you may need to enable the website’s desktop version on mobile browsers to execute certain tasks.
You might have to enable desktop version on mobile when you might want to change the privacy of—or hide—your Facebook friend list on mobile, for example. You also need to have a desktop version, when you might want to create a subreddit on mobile, or just view the desktop version of Facebook or any other websites, for that matter. So let us dwell on how you might do it on major mobile browsers.
According to Start Counter, the most downloaded or used mobile browsers are as follows:
We will be showing how you can open the desktop version of a website on these major mobile browsers. However, please keep in mind that the article is based on the latest versions of the browsers.
Enabling the desktop mode on UC Browser is a bit tricky, and certainly not user-friendly.