Google Cache Checker

Google Cache Checker is a tool that allows you to view the cached version of a webpage as it appeared the last time Google visited the page. A cached version of a webpage is a snapshot of the page that is saved by Google's servers. This can be useful if the webpage is no longer available or if you want to see how the page looked before any recent changes were made.

You can check the cache of a webpage by searching for the webpage on Google and then clicking on the "Cached" link that appears under the webpage's title in the search results. This will take you to the cached version of the webpage.

Alternatively, you can also access the cached version of a webpage by adding "cache:" before the URL of the webpage in the Google search bar. For example, "cache:https://www.example.com" will take you to the cached version of the webpage https://www.example.com.

It's important to note that the cached version of a webpage may not always be the most up-to-date version of the page, as Google updates its cache periodically.


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