Browser caching

What is browser caching?
Browser caching is a technique in which some or most of the recently used web pages and data are temporarily stored in a web browser. It is used to increase a user's browsing speed by downloading website components locally in the browser cache.

Browser caching works by examining every web page that is visited by a user and identifying the parts / components that can be stored offline. The browser does not necessarily save the entire web page, it saves components that are unlikely to change frequently.

For example, images, logos, banners and CSS / Java code rarely change. With browser caching, this data is stored in the browser cache. As soon as the user visits this website again, these components do not have to be downloaded again. This leads to a faster loading of the website because a good part of the data is already stored in the local system of the user.

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