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cached file

A file that has been stored temporarily in a disk or memory cache. See cache and cache file.
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We do this in order to maintain the data consistency of the cached files.
15) The Ninth Circuit requires the same, which can be satisfied by evidence that the user saved or deleted cached files.
Since IO-Lite buffers are immutable, a write operation to a cached file results in the replacement of the corresponding buffers in the cache with the buffers supplied in the write operation.
Deleting the app and reinstalling purges the cached files.
It comes loaded with its own web browser that stores cookies, cached files and images are captured on the removable device that accesses lap tops or desktops via a universal serial buss.
CARP support should be as simple to set up and use for large networks as the rest of the proxy," Smith indicated, "and should work quickly when accessing cached files on other proxies for its clients.