View cache data with Microsoft Edge DevTools

This guide shows you how to use Microsoft Edge DevTools to inspect Cache data.

If you are trying to inspect HTTP cache data, this is not the guide you want. Look for the information in the Size column of the Network Log. Navigate to Log network activity.

View cache data

  1. Choose the Application tab to open the Application panel. The Manifest pane usually opens by default.

    The Manifest pane

  2. Expand the Cache Storage section to view available caches.

    Available caches

  3. Choose a cache to view the contents.

    View the contents of a cache

  4. Choose a resource to view the HTTP headers in the section below the table.

    View the HTTP headers of a resource

  5. Choose Preview to view the content of a resource.

    View the content of a resource

Refresh a resource

  1. View the data for a cache.

  2. Choose the resource that you want to refresh. DevTools highlights it to indicate that it is selected.

    Choose a resource to refresh

  3. Choose Refresh (Refresh).

Filter resources

  1. View the data for a cache.

  2. Use the Filter by Path text box to filter out any resources that do not match the path that you provide.

    Filter out resources that do not match the specified path

Delete a resource

  1. View the data for a cache.

  2. Choose the resource that you want to delete. DevTools highlights it to indicate that it is selected.

    Choose a resource to delete

  3. Choose Delete Selected (Delete Selected).

Delete all cache data

  1. Open Application > Clear Storage.

  2. Make sure that the Cache Storage checkbox is enabled.

    The Cache Storage checkbox

  3. Choose Clear site data.

    The Clear Site Data button

Getting in touch with the Microsoft Edge DevTools team

Use the following options to discuss the new features and changes in the post, or anything else related to DevTools.

  • Send your feedback using the Send Feedback icon or select Alt+Shift+I (Windows, Linux) or Option+Shift+I (macOS) in DevTools.
  • Tweet at @EdgeDevTools.
  • Submit a suggestion to The Web We Want.
  • To file bugs about this article, use the following Feedback section.

The Send Feedback icon in the Microsoft Edge DevTools

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The original page is found here and is authored by Kayce Basques (Technical Writer, Chrome DevTools & Lighthouse).

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