|how do i find google chrome cache||bigal1808||1/20/10 9:39 AM|
I want to set a shortcut to google chrome cache on my desktop.
where can i find the cache.
|Re: how do i find google chrome cache||dwight.stegall||1/20/10 2:01 PM|
type about:cache in the address bar and press enter
Quick Access To Chrome's Hidden Pages
Make a folder on Chrome's Bookmarks Toolbar. In there create these bookmarks. The fastest way to do this is to drag 21 links into that folder. It doesn't matter what links you drag in there. Then open the folder and right click each link and click on EDIT and replace the Name and URL with the info below.
Name: Print Button
Name: Goog.gl This Page!
Name: New Tab
Name: Blank Page
Name: Internets (Not For Vista Or 7 Users)
Name: Find Chrome Extensions
Name: View Current User Agent
Name: View Source In Tab
Goog.gl This Page! will shorten the URL of the page you are currently viewing. It will show the shortened URL in a Windows Alert. To copy it press CTRL+A and then CTRL+C. CTRL+A is supposed to highlight it. You won't see it but it will be highlighted. The press CTRL+C to copy it. Then paste it wherever you want it.
"View Source In Tab" will display the HTML source code of the page you are currently viewing in that same tab. It was created by Justinsomnia.org. I have tested it in Chrome, Chromeplus, Chromium, Iron, Firefox and Flock Browsers. It does not work in Opera, Safari For Windows or Internet Explorer 7+
Hidden pages in all browsers
|Re: how do i find google chrome cache||bigal1808||1/21/10 3:02 AM|
I've got the list of cache contents, but I need the cache folder address,I wanted to see them in a windows folder, so that i can 'select all' and 'delete'.
|Re: how do i find google chrome cache||dmstromer||2/23/10 8:32 AM|
for me under "windows vista sp 2" it is under: "C:\Users\<user-name>\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Cache"
hope that helps and that it is what u looked for...
|Re: how do i find google chrome cache||handsomeorlandoman||6/12/11 7:50 AM|
Thanks dmstromer for showing where the cache folder is. Here are other operating systems:
Windows Vista+ : %SYSTEMROOT%/Users/<user>/AppData/Local/Google/Chrome/User Data/Default/Cache
Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Cache
(%SYSTEMROOT% means your default hard drive, C: on most PCs)
(~ means your home folder on Mac and Linux)