View web pages cached in Google Search Results

Cached links show you what a web page looked like the last time Google visited it.

Important: If you use Search Console for your webpage, use the URL Inspection Tool for debugging. Learn more about the URL Inspection Tool.

About cached links

Google takes a snapshot of each web page as a backup in case the current page isn't available. These pages then become part of Google’s cache. If you click a link that says “Cached,” you’ll see the version of the site that Google stored.

If the website you're trying to visit is slow or not responding, you can use the cached link instead.

How to get to a cached link

  1. On your computer, do a Google search for the page you want to find.
  2. In search results, next to the site's URL, click down arrow Down arrow or More  and then Cached.
  3. To go to the live page, at the top, click current page.

Tip: If there's a cached page that you need removed from Google Search results, learn how to remove old or deleted information from Google.

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