SafariCacheExplorer 2.0 – Finder-like cache extraction for Safari.
Size: 6.80 MB
SafariCacheExplorer is a unique tool for exploring Safari’s cache (and any other native OS X cache). With SafariCacheExplorer you can retrieve an image, video, sound, style sheet, etc., from Safari’s cache in a easy way, thanks to a simple user interface inspired by Finder.
Why do you need a tool like SafariCacheExplorer? The main problem when trying to recover cached files from Safari is that Safari (and OS X) uses a single file for cache storage.
SafariCacheExplorer is also a fantastic tool for web developers. Why? Because SafariCacheExplorer let you delete individual cache files, helping you to develop and test your websites faster.
Only the first 100 cache entries are displayed
Only 5 items can be exported in each session
Only 2 custom filters are allowed
The delete feature is not avaiable
A reminder will be displayed on every startup
Added OS X 10.10 Yosemite support
Added macOS 10.12 Sierra support
Added fully support for Safari 9 and later
Added Retina resources
Added two new exporters: JSON and XML
Updated UI using the modern macOS guidelines
Changed order of filters
Improved file extension detection
Improved internal cache loader
Fixed bug with text fields and command keys (cmd+c, cmd+v…)
Fixed bug when deleting some files
Fixed bug with updates
Fixed some other minor bugs
Known limitations: Some resources with an embedded certificate are not yet supported (don’t worry there are few resources which are ignored)
OS X 10.5 or later