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Cached webpage is no longer available on Google Search 

Cache is a feature that temporarily stores data collected by your Internet browser as you surf the web, including elements from web pages that you frequently visit. It helps users in any way, but sadly this Cached webpage will no longer be available on Google Search results.

As per the information, Google quietly removed the catch webpage feature from Search results. Responding to a question about the cached link on X, Google’s Search Liason Danny Sullivan officially confirmed that, cached webpages are no longer accessible through search results.

However, the reason behind this removal is anonymous at the moment, but users can use the operator “cache:[insert URL]” in Google Search to access these pages, but that functionality is also being removed soon.

For recall, Google takes a snapshot of each web page as a backup in case the current page isn’t available. These pages then become part of Google’s cache. If you click a link that says “Cached,” you’ll see the version of the site that Google stored.

There are two ways to find the cached version of a page:

  • Search for cache: followed by the URL of the page, for example: cache:example. com/your/page. HTML.
  • Search for the URL, then click the 3 dots or arrow in the corner of the result to access a link to the cached version of the page.


Cached webpage is no longer available on Google Search 

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