Firefox stores images, scripts and other parts of websites when you browse in Cache folder of your profile helpful to load the pages faster when you revisit them again instead of necessity to download all those files again. If you’ve not set Firefox to clear cache automatically on exit or not cleared its browser history with tools like CCleaner daily, then you can explore Firefox cache with MozillaCacheView freeware portable [Firefox Cache Viewer] app that reads cache folder of Firefox and displays all the files stored in that folder.
For each cache file, the following information is displayed: URL, Content type, File size, Last modified time, Last fetched time, Expiration time, Fetch count, Server name, and more.
Firefox cache folder is located under “C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\sample.default\cache”.
From the program main window you can select and open cache file or link in the browser. You can delete selected cache files or copy them to another folder. You can also select some cache items and export their list into text/html/xml file for reference.
You can use Cache Filter to restrict display of cache items to particular websites only by typing their URLs in Cache Filter box. You can clear the cache filter later you created if you don’t need.
You can add cache folder of another profile by using F9 shortcut or by selecting “Select Cache Folder” from File menu where MozillaCacheView detects and displays cached files for default profile. You can load cache files from last 10 days and set the program to displays cache files between time range you specified in Select Cache Folder.
MozillaCacheView works on all Windows.
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