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asked marvit October 7, 2014 01:17 AM  

Difference between cache and cookie?


           

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answered By shallu   0  

difference between Cache and Cookies?

1.Although cookies and cache are two ways to store data on client's machine, they serve different purposes.

2.Cookie is used to store information to track different characteristics related to user, while cache is used to make the loading of web pages faster.

3.Cookies stores information such as user preferences, while cache will keep resource files such as audio, video or flash files.

4.Typically, cookies expire after some time, but cache is kept in the client's machine until they are removed manually by the user.

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