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Google cache checker

The Google cache is a snapshot of a webpage that is stored on Googles servers. When you search for something on Google, the search results page includes a link to the cached version of each webpage. The cached version is the version of the page that Google indexed at a particular point in time. A Google cache checker is a tool that can determine whether a webpage is in the Google cache and when it was last indexed. This can be useful if you want to see if a webpage is being indexed by Google and how up-to-date the cached version is. There are many Google cache checkers available online and as standalone software programs. To use a cache checker, you simply need to enter the URL of the webpage you want to check, and the tool will provide the cache status and other information. Some cache checkers may also allow you to view the cached version of the page directly.