Thousands of web pages appear and disappear every day, web pages on certain topics that may have very few users but who hold them in high esteem and losing them can be a problem. To avoid this, we can download all the content from a web page to have it always available on our PC, but this is not the best.
This is not optimal as new content that may be published will not be available, so we will never have all available information updated. The easiest solution to this problem is to use the cache that Google generates from all web pages indexed in the search engine. Another option is to use CachedView.
Access old web pages
Cached View is a web page that allows us to access copies of web pages that are no longer available on the Internet either temporarily or permanently. This website allows us to access the version available online before it goes online Google copies web pages it regularly visits as a backup to display their content even if it is due to connection problems Reason not available.
Cached View allows us to access web pages that are no longer available can be found in Corel Content Distribution, a free P2P-based caching service that uses the bandwidth of a large number of web proxies. Avoid server load and it is also used to display content from websites that are no longer available. The cache stored through this system is not updated frequently like Google
When the web page is not online for a long time, the image stored by Google will be updated and will not show us any content. The solution that Cache View offers us to recover access is to use the Archive.org platform, the Internet Digital Archive, where all images generated by Google are stored, verifying each time that it is currently also available and stores them chronologically so that the user can access them. web on a given date.
Through this web page, we can access both the available online version of a certain web page through the Live Version button, if it is still in operation. If we want to access the last image that Google has stored from the web, we will use the Google Web Cache button. And, if we want to consult the history of a particular web page, once we have entered the URL to visit the web, we click on Archive.org.
By default, if we do not select any option, the result will show us the corresponding cache stored by Google in combination with the cache generated through the Web Proxy of Coral Content.