FBCacheView 1.00 Freeware

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FBCacheView 1.00 FreewareIf you want to explore the Facebook images stored in the cache of your browser, you can rely on FBCacheView. The application features an intuitive graphic interface and does not require any installation, so you can run it off your USB device (in addition, it will not create any entries within the Windows Registry). It needs to be mentioned from the beginning that if you have set your browser to clear cache when you exit it, the software solution will not function as it needs to scan the browser cache in order to detect all Facebook images. FBCacheView supports some of the most popular browsers in the market, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome orSeaMonkey (unfortunately, Opera stores JPEG images in Webp format, so it is not supported). Also, it is best to close all running browsers before launching FBCacheView, otherwise it might not detect all entries (as cache might not be saved to disk). Due to this application, you will be able to preview all the images displayed within the Facebook pages you accessed, such as profile images, pictures you uploaded to Facebook or graphics taken from third-party sites. For each item, FBCacheView lists several types of details, such as the image URL, the browser used to access the pic, the date when it was visualized, as well as the file size and creation date of the image. You can easily search for a specific item and create an HTML report with the selected entries or with all of them. You can also copy the details of a certain detected record to the clipboard and paste the text wherever you choose. All in all, FBCacheView can come in handy if you want to effortlessly browse through all Facebook images stored within the cache of your browser, especially since the app is a freeware. FBCacheView is a simple tool that scans the cache of your Web browser (Internet ExplorerFirefox, or Chrome), and lists all images displayed in Facebook pages that you previously visited, including profile pictures, images uploaded to Facebook, and images taken from other Web sites. For every Facebook image, the following information is displayed: URL of the image, Web browser that was used to visit the page, image type, date/time of the image, visit time, image file size, and external URL (for images taken from another Web site).
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