Currently, the Archive provides free, public access to:
Registered users can upload their own content to the Archive.
The Wayback Machine (web.archive.org) is a digital archive of the World Wide Web. Since its launch in 2001, over 452 billion pages have been added to the archive.
Users can enter a URL to view and interact with past versions of any website contained in the Archive, even if the site no longer exists on the "live" web.
No! Most content in the Archive is in the Public Domain and can be streamed or downloaded by any user, without the need to register or sign in.
However, by signing up for an Internet Archive account, you gain access to a number of features, including: