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License:
Freeware
Size:
1.53 MB
Updated:
Downloads:
2169
Platform:
Win98,WinME,WinXP,Windows2000
Publisher:
Luiz A D R Marques(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
Easily see site, URL, cookies and history lists on the Internet Explorer cache


STG Cache Audit is an advanced, easy to use tool to extract information from the Internet Explorer cache.
View, Export (Excel, CSV, Text and HTML) and print the cache lists.

You can download STG Cache Audit free here.
System Requirements
Win98 (or Win95 with IE4+)/ME/2000/XP

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