Open Google Cached Pages Instantly in Chrome
Google cache is one of the most useful features of Google Web Search.
If a website is down or it is taking too long to respond, you can retrieve the cached copy of that page immediately from Google servers. The cache can also be used as an aproxy server (sort) so that you can see pages that may not be accessible from your current location.
There was a prominent place in Google search results in the “cached” link but with immediate preview, cached links are only visible when you mouse over the search result (see screenshot above).
How to open Google cached pages?
If you want to access the cached version of a web page, go to google.com and type the cache: <web address> in the search box. When Google looks at that particular “cache” operator in the query, it automatically transfers you to the cached copy of that page.
And if you are using Google Chrome, type “cache:” before the URL in Chrome’s address bar and it goes directly to the cached version.