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CacheCopy Let's Easily Copy Images From the Browser Cache

Copying images from the browser cache is not an easy job. You’ll need to sort the cached files into images, text and other media, add file extensions to images, and sort them. But with a simple application called cacheCopy, you can easily copy all images from your browser cache into a folder on your drive.

cacheCopy is a simple, portable application for Windows, which is designed to easily copy images from your browser cache. You can also sort your image collection - remove images smaller that a certain resolution, file-size and time.


To use the tool, run it, select your browser (automatic detection supports Firefox and Internet Explorer only, other browsers requires manual selection), choose a target folder to save the images, and set the filter. Then click ‘Copy’ button to save the images.

Currently the application only supports automatic detection of cache in Firefox and Internet Explorer. Support for Chrome, Opera and Safari coming.

cacheCopy can be downloaded from developer’s website here.

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