How To See Cache Files In Web Browsers

In this post we will see how we can see cache files in browsers, such as Chrome, Mozilla and Internet Explorer.

As you all know for every action we do in our browser the files are being cached, these files can be anything, such as images, scripts, CSS and lot more. And when we do Ctrl+Shift+Delete, these entries will be cleared too. So what if we need to see those cached files? In this post we will see that. I hope you will like this.

Background

Recently, I came across a situation to check the cached files in my Google chrome browser. So I thought of creating an article that shows how to see cache files in most used browsers, such as Google chrome, Mozilla, Internet Explorer.

How to see cache files

In Chrome

In the URL type the following text:

chrome://view-http-cache/

OR

chrome://cache/

See Cached Files In Chrome
See cached files In Chrome

In Mozilla

In the URL type the following text.

about:cache

OR

For memory storage

about:cache?storage=memory&context=

OR

For disk storage

about:cache?storage=disk&context=

See Cached Files In Mozilla
See cached files in Mozilla

In Internet Explorer

You can always see your files at %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files.

Conclusion

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