Web Cache Viewer is a free tool to view a cached version of a web page, both from Google Cache and Wayback Machine. This will be very helpful to compare live version with the cached/old version of that web page.
This simple and free online tool allows you to obtain any URL's cached page. A cached page is an older version of a web page that was stored by a search engine or web crawler at a certain time. Simply input the URL below, and Web Cache Viewer tool will provide links to the cached version of the URL from Google Cache and Wayback Machine (archive.to).
Google Cache Checker is a tool that allows you to browse cached pages and determine the precise date and time that your web page was cached. The cache on Google is a snapshot of the page. Google captures a snapshot of each web page and keeps (caches) it as a backup. Enter your URL to find out when your web page was last cached.
Google Cache is commonly used to refer to Google's cached versions of online pages. Google scans the web and saves snapshots of each page in case the current page is unavailable. These sites are then cached by Google. If a site is temporarily unavailable, you may always view these pages by visiting Google's cached version.
Google Web is often updated every several days. The exact time of the updates is determined on how frequently the website itself is updated.
The Internet Archive, a non-profit organization located in San Francisco, California, built the Archive.org, commonly known as the Wayback Machine, as a digital archive of the World Wide Web and other material on the Internet. It was created by Brewster Kahle and Bruce Gilliat and is updated with Alexa Internet material. The service allows users to see archived versions of web pages throughout time, referred to by the Archive as a three-dimensional index.
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