Latest & Enhanced VideoCacheView 2.22 Software

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The newly arrived VideoCacheView 2.22 is a good video related software. How much RAM do I need to run this soft properly?

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Latest & Enhanced VideoCacheView 2.22 Software

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VideoCacheView finds movie documents you viewed months in the past. VideoCacheView makes recovering motion picture files or sound documents from your history very easy. VideoCacheView is an unchecked application that launches a little, one-sheet window with useful icons in a toolbar. VideoCacheView's ability for recovering video records from the browser cache was impressive.

System requirements:

Windows 7/ Windows Vista/ Windows XP/ Windows ME running system

128 MB of Ram

Pentium III 800MHz or higher

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Latest & Enhanced VideoCacheView 2.22 Software

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VideoCacheView utility can help you to extract the video file from the cache and save it on your local disk for watching it in the future. Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox are automatically scans. It finds all video files that are currently stored. By using it, You easily copy the cached video files into another folder. Windows 7/ Windows Vista/ Windows XP support it. You need 128 MB of Ram to run this soft properly. Pentium III 800MHz or higher.

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This is very similar to Sothink Web Video Downloader that can capture the videos you watch from popular video sharing sites like YouTube and other video streaming websites but only works differently. VideoCacheView can be used to save the video you just watched from a website. Most of the time when you watch a video on a website you are thinking of saving it so you can watch it offline anytime you want.

But generally, this is not possible because most online videos don’t provide any download links and sometimes even if it has a download link below it is not free. So there is really no way of getting that video on your computer. But with VideoCacheView there is still a chance of having that video on your computer.

If the video is stored in your web browser’s cache, this utility can assist you in extracting the video from the cache and then saving it on your computer. It automatically scans the entire cache of Microsoft Internet Explorer, Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and other Mozilla-based web browsers, and Opera. After the scan it searches all video files that are presently stored.

It lets you copy all cached video files to another folder so you can play it afterwards. This handy tool doesn’t require any installation. Just run the executable file, VideoCacheView.exe, and then start using it. See image.

To download this utility, visit NirSoft – VideoCacheView v2.60. It runs on any operating system. To properly use it, you need to wait for the web browser to completely download the whole video before you can copy it otherwise it will only become corrupted because it is incomplete.

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