Saturday, June 16, 2007

Viewing Browser Cache in Firefox

Firefox has a nice way to view files that are in both your memory and file cache. In the Address Bar, type – about:cache. This will take you to a page that allows you to view a summary of your browser cache and also will allow you to browse the files stored in the cache.

1 comment:

Nivesh said...

There is an "HTML CONVERTER"
Sadly there has been no update for a long while. It can easily extract from the IE, Netscape and Opera but not from Firefox :-(

In a "browse" window you get a list of visited sites and by selecting one you extract all files under this address in the cache. No other files are searched for on the net. This is usefull if you only want to save what you browsed at but not the whole site. So you can run a flash game or whatever and later extract it with its directory structure from the cache. Maybe someone could do something similar for firefox?
The screen shots at the site clearly depict what it is meant for.So, go and check it out !!