The cache (pronounced "cash") is a space in your computer's hard drive and in RAM memory where your browser saves copies of recently visited web pages. Your browser uses the cache like a short-term memory. Instead of downloading an image from a recently viewed website, it will load the image from our cache folder, thereby making the browsing process a little quicker.
Most pages you view are saved in your cache for easy reference by your browser. This allows your browser to pull up the page more quickly. If others use this computer, they may be able to see pages you've seen if you do not clear the cache. If you share a computer, we recommend that you clear your cache and your History file.
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