Advice 1: How to view the cache of Mozilla Firefox

The cache is a set of various temporary files, saved web pages on a computer hard drive, for subsequent quick access to these files. In Mozilla Firefox, the cache is stored in special software profiles, which can be obtained in different ways.
How to view the cache of Mozilla Firefox
Instruction
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Fastest way to view the cache of Mozilla Firefox browser type in the address bar where you enter URL of sites, the command about:cache or about:cache?device=disk. After entering the command press the Enter key. The screen will display a directory of the cache files of the browser which you can run in the usual way with the mouse or keyboard. Using the context menu you can also copy files, or delete.
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There is also a method of finding a cache of Firefox directly from the Microsoft Windows. Click "start" to open the menu in the "search programs and files" type: %APPDATA%MozillaFirefoxProfiles. After typing, press Enter. The screen displays folder with profiles. Open any of the folders, for example, default, to display the browser's cache using Windows Explorer.
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Other operating systems have the following path to access the cache of Mozilla Firefox. Apple Mac OS: ~/Library/Mozilla/Firefox/Profiles/Linux: ~/.mozilla/firefox//depending on the versions of the browser Mozilla Firefox, the cache may reside in Cache folder or profile folder.
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In addition, to view the files located in the cache, there is the CacheViewer extension for Firefox. You can download it directly from your browser by clicking on the following link: https://addons.mozilla.org/ru/firefox/addon/cacheviewer/.
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If the command about:cache gives the error message text The cache is disabled or the cache folder is empty, you must enable the write files to disk. To do this, in menu bar select "Tools", then click "Settings" and "Advanced". On the tab "Offline storage" in the special field enter the desired value in MB of the cache. This hard disk space will be given to the Mozilla Firefox browser to save temporary files.

Advice 2: How to update your browser cache

Any browser periodically requires cleaning the cache (update). This is necessary in order to free up space on your hard disk where is stored some information in the browser. Thus will increase the speed of your computer.
How to update your browser cache
Instruction
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Close Google Chrome by clicking on the close icon of the window. Then reopen it with a blank tab. In the main menu select "Settings control Google Chrome". In the window that opens displays a list of commands. Check the following: "Clear browsing history, Clear download history", "Clear cache". Click "Clear browsing data".
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Use another method to clean the Google Chrome browser. On the main page in the upper right corner look for the icon in the form of a wrench click on it. In the opened page, select "Settings", then select "Advanced". Click on the "Delete browsing data". A window should open "Clear browsing data". Select the paragraphs that you want to delete. Confirm the command by pressing "OK".
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For Mozilla Firefox there is another way of clearing the cache. Sequentially press Ctrl+Shift+Delete. Open menu "Tools" scroll to "Delete recent history". Select the tab "Clear" and "All". Check the box next to "Cache" and click Clear now. Or go to "Privacy", which will select the line "Personal data". Next to it press "Clear now".
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To refresh the cache of the browser Opera, press Ctrl+F12. In the opened window go to "Tools", then "Settings" on the left pane, open the tab "History" and "Advanced". Look for "Disk cache" and click on the "Clear" button. To confirm click "OK".
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Open the Internet Explorer. In the work pane, find the section "Service". Here, select the "Internet options". In the opened window, locate the tab called "General", then open the "browsing History", click "Delete". A window will appear "Remove history". Select "Remove temporary files and saved passwords". In the next window, confirm the specified command by pressing "Yes".
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