Google earth disc Cache Error

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Hi guys,

according to my knowledge the google earth disc cache limit had been set to 2000 MB. After the release of the latest versions I tried to change my disk cache setting to 6000MB just to see if the limit has changed in recent versions but of no avail. The screenshot of the error is attached below:

The error reads as:

 

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Disk cache cannot exceed 2000 megabytes

Disk cache will be set to the maximum value

your help is required to know if the cache can exceed 2000 MB in any other version of google earth.

Please let me know the name of the latest version.

Waiting anxiously for your replies

Regards

Jacob

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Best Answer by cathy emrald
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Google earth disc Cache Error

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All google earth software has only a 2000 mb cache value. it is the default maximum value of Google Earth. no other version of google earth has been released that can exceed the 2000 mb cache. 2000mb cache file is a large cache that can store the places that you want to access offline. you don't have to worry if you had maxed out the cache because you can always delete and download a cache of google earth

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Google earth disc Cache Error

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The max value for memory cache is 500MB and 2GB or 2000MB for disk cache. You cannot exceed with the limit as Google will not allow you to download the whole imagery data. The memory cache will be stored in your RAM while the disk cache is stored in your hard disk. If you have a memory cache that has optimum value, it will depend on how much is your available system RAM. So cache is also depending on how much is the available spaces on your RAM and hard disk. So if you don't have enough disk space, set your disk space cache to 2000MB only.

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