Last year, Netflix introduced a new feature - maybe even the most-wanted feature among its millions of users around the world - allowing people to download videos to their devices for offline viewing. Until that point, Netflix had only allowed streaming access to its movies and TV shows, requiring an internet connection whenever users wanted to watch something.
Now, Netflix has finally updated its Windows 10 app with the 'Download & Go' feature. Windows Blog Italia noted that the update also allows users to choose the quality of downloads - which will affect the size of the files, and the time it takes to download them - via the app's settings. This will no doubt prove beneficial for those those on metered connections.
Most of Netflix's content is available for download and offline viewing, but there are some exceptions. As MSPU pointed out, there is an 'Available for Download' section in the app which makes it easier to find content that you can save to watch later.
You can download the latest version of the Netflix app from the Windows Store.