|14 Apr 2010||#1|
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Why does Back Button download instead of using cache?
I've seen this on a bunch of browsers. You hit the Back Button, and it downloads the page instead of just reading it from cache!! I mean, I was just there 1 second ago! What's going to change?
What good is having cache if the Back Button is going to do that?
Makes no sense to me.
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