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Definition of Cache - Web Browsers - About.com
Definition: Temporary storage space on your hard disk where recently viewed web pages are held. Cache allows you to quickly load a previously visited web ...
How Do I Clear Safari Cache? - Web Browsers - About.com
The question on how to clear Safari cache is a common one, and the answer varies depending on your Safari version as well as your operating system. In order ...
How Do I Clear Internet Explorer Cache - Web Browsers - About.com
The question on how to clear Internet Explorer cache is a common one, and the answer varies depending on your Internet Explorer version. In order to clear ...
How Do I Clear My Browser's Cache? - PC Support - About.com
Tutorials on how to clear the browser cache in Firefox, IE, Chrome, and Safari. To clear the cache means to remove copies of web pages stored by the browser.
Definition: "Cache" in Computers - Internet for Beginners - About.com
Definition: "Cache" is a specialized form of computer memory. In the case of Internet, "cache" is commonly used in the context of "browser cache". Cache is ...
Web Caches - Caching Web Pages - Browser Caches
Caching will help speed up frequently accessed pages. Web caching is a tool to improve the performance of Web servers. Caches store the Web pages in a ...
What is a Web Browser Cache? - Web Design/HTML - About.com
Web caches are a tool that server administrators use to speed up the delivery of web pages. But they can affect how a web page is viewed, making content not ...
How To Clear the Cache in Firefox 32 [Easy, 3 Minutes] - PC Support
The cache in Firefox 32 contains locally saved copies of recent web pages you've visited. This is done so that the next time you visit the page, Firefox can load it ...
Clear the Cache in Google Chrome (Windows & Macintosh)
Clearing your cache is important to make sure you are seeing your web pages as you intended them to be seen. This tutorial explains how to clear your browser ...
What Is a DNS Cache? - Wireless/Networking - About.com
A DNS cache is a small database maintained by a computer's operating system. The database contains records of all recently accessed Internet domains.
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