How do I adjust the size and location of the Chrome cache?1 Recommended Answer
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I exhausted a search of all menus in Chrome, and the only answer I can give to this question is that Chrome doesn't let you edit cache path or size. I am guessing there is some long work around via inf file, but if there is, I haven't found it. Took a look at the install locations (%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome, and %programfiles%\browserrecord) and found no inf file that had that setting. Also did a quick browse through the registry for references to Chrome and no luck either.
Hoping Google doesn't expect us to look at and edit the source code to make such a change.
The option to set the cache size at the very least is available on all the other browsers I have used (ie, firefox/mozilla/netscape, and opera )... seems odd that Chrome would lack such a feature, instead of improving on it.
But where would "--user-data-dir= " be appended if Chrome is set as the default browser? I don't see the Advanced button for the file type association with, say, htm. And, in any event, it should not be necessary to go to such work-arounds for a basic setting.
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