Roy Schestowitz wrote:
__/ [ Jonathan N. Little ] on Wednesday 22 February 2006 23:24 \__
David Graham wrote:
Found it at C:\Documents and Settings\david\Local Settings\Application
but the files don't look like .html, .jpg, .swf etc. Don't know how to use
what I have found, how do I use what's there?
That is because unlike IE, Firefox does not store all the files as
discrete files but all gobbed together in a few large data files.
Better security, better performance. I pointed this out at the beginning of
my first message actually. *smile*
Yes Roy, yes you did but David seemed to missed your point...so I said
it again with different words ;-)
Put "about:cache" in the address bar and you can peruse either disk
cache or memory cache files with the respective 'List Cache Entries'
link. You can preview and save any entry.
I never knew about that. While you're at it, be greedy and raise the
pipelining value. This should enable you to take data transfers rates up a
gear or two.
Yep the "about:*" features of Gecko (actually descendant from old
Netscape) can be real handy.
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