Wayback Machine is a new extension for the Google Chrome browser that detects page error codes and gives you access to archived copies of pages that are not working.
It is not uncommon for Internet users to come across pages that have been deleted, redirected, or temporarily unavailable.
The most common mistake is probably 404 page not found, but there are many other error codes you may encounter (HTTP status codes).
Here comes the Wayback Machine extension, which has been developed to give you access to more than 279 billion web pages, and the number is growing.
The extension detects error codes (404, 408, 410, 451, 500, 502, 503, 504, 509, 520, 521, 523, 524, 525, and 526) and suggests that you upload an archived version of the page that you want to see if it does not work.
Of course the extension works with its website Internet Archive
Those who are interested can download and install the extension from the following link: