Caching: The Secret to Getting Faster File Transfer Speeds
A Cache is a local copy of the folders/files on your computer, which allows the application you are working with (e.g. Microsoft Word) to access these files.
Caching is important because it allows users to interact (read/edit, etc.) with their files without ever permanently downloading the files to their computer.
The cache can then be cleared so that the files are no longer on the local computer, which saves storage space.
For more information on caching and why it is important, watch this helpful video.
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