Google keeps a cached version of every website it crawls. If you encounter a webpage that is no longer available, the chances are that you’d find it under Google’s cache.

I’ve always used the Google Search to access the cached version of web pages whenever required. However, if you’ve Google set as the default search engine, it’s crazy simple to view the cached version of Web pages on any modern web browser, including Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Safari, etc.

All you have to do is add cache: to the start of the URL. This trick works on both mobile and desktop devices.

For example, to view the cache of a page on allthings.how. You’d merely add cache: to the start of the URL:

cache:https://allthings.how/use-content-privacy-restrictions-ios-12/

Simple, right?

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