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How can I access the Temporary Internet Files for the website that I already visited, it should be stored somewhere .

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In Microsoft IE I can access the Temporary Internet Files through the Tools/ Internet Options/ Browsing History where i can find all the website, pages and pics that i visited sorted by day or type or whatever. This feature i couldn't figure it out where in Firefox or if its available or not. However, Firefox is amazing and i wish if you can provide this option

In Microsoft IE I can access the Temporary Internet Files through the Tools/ Internet Options/ Browsing History where i can find all the website, pages and pics that i visited sorted by day or type or whatever. This feature i couldn't figure it out where in Firefox or if its available or not. However, Firefox is amazing and i wish if you can provide this option

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In Firefox it is called the cache, for details of its location type about:cache into the location bar and press enter.

For security reasons, files in the cache are given random file names, so it is difficult to view the contents. The CacheViewer etension may be of use to you.

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TonyE
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In Firefox it is called the cache, for details of its location type about:cache into the location bar and press enter.

For security reasons, files in the cache are given random file names, so it is difficult to view the contents. The CacheViewer etension may be of use to you.

In Firefox it is called the cache, for details of its location type '''about:cache''' into the location bar and press enter. For security reasons, files in the cache are given random file names, so it is difficult to view the contents. The [https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/2489/ CacheViewer] etension may be of use to you.

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Thank you very much. Cache Viewer did the required job

Thank you very much. Cache Viewer did the required job
TonyE
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1044 solutions 8863 answers

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You're welcome

You're welcome