What Is an Internet Cache File?

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Internet cache files or browser caches are files that hold copies of freshly accessed data like web pages. These files make it easier to quickly review the latest data by swapping it on to your screen in seconds instead of your computer looking for the original page. The browser cache should be emptied regularly to avoid buildup of files.
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Internet cache files are files that store copies of Web pages on your local hard drive for easier accessibility and shorter download times and to speed up retrieval the next time the same page is requested
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