Google Cache is dead – long live the Internet Archive

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Google has discontinued one of its oldest services, one aimed at saving snapshots of websites in case one was somehow no longer viewable. The Google Cache connection archive, which allowed users to quickly check what older versions of a connection looked like, is now no longer available, according to the company’s so-called Search Liaison, Danny Sullivan. “It was meant for helping people access pages when way back, you often couldn’t depend on a page loading. These days, things have greatly improved. So, it was decided to retire it,” Sullivan said on the social media platform X in February. Google h…

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