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Want an easy way to check out the status of your cache? The Cache Status add-on is the add-on you need. This tool will let you get information about your browser’s cache – via RAM and the hard drive.
Passive Cache uses Google’s text-only cache service and Archive.org Wayback Machine to display historical versions of a specified web link. This add-on allows for the viewing of a page, or site, while avoiding active connections to the target site.
Clear Console is an add-on for Firefox that adds one click to clear your cache, cookies, history, html5/local storage, http logins, all of them or restart your browser with/without notifications. If you are tired of clicking through multiple Firefox options to get all this data cleared – this add-on is for you.
It is always a good idea to clear your browser’s cache. This is the location that all the files, scripts, and other assorted parts of a webpage are stored. By doing so, you can make sure you are viewing the latest and greatest versions of any website you are browsing. So, how can you do all of this automatically?
Here are the steps you need to take.
The cache in Firefox is a place where images, scripts, and other parts of a website are stored while you are browsing. Sometimes, clearing the cache in Firefox can help speed up the browser or help make sure you are viewing the latest version of the file or website you are looking at. Here are the simple steps to take to clear the cache in Firefox:
The Empty Cache Button add-on for Firefox will enable you to quickly empty your browser’s cache and reload the page you are on in a single click of the mouse. As I have mentioned in the past – I love it when a Firefox add-on works as advertised and this one does exactly that.
With this add-on for Firefox, you can quickly and easily delete your browsing history, erase temporary internet files and much more. Click&Clean takes a lot of the history clearing settings and options for Firefox and puts them all in one place. That is not where they stop though. The neat thing about this extension is you can also set it up to use external tools like CCleaner too.
Can you make Firefox forget about you visiting one website, without clearing out the rest of your saved browser history? Yes, you can – and it is fairly simple to do. This is one great Firefox feature that most do not know about it – so this is why I share it with you today.
Firefox saves a lot of different information, but when it comes to cleaning your browser history up – how do you know what to keep and what to save? I figured I would take a minute or two to go through each thing that is saved in your Firefox history so you’ll know what exactly you are saving.