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    Hi sorry if this is not the right section but I would like to ask how to save stuff like when I load videos so when I go check it again I don't have to load it as to save my bandwidth. well something like that, I do remember seeing someone doing something like this before but for a fee of 85.75$ which I think is LOL.

    anyone there knows?
     
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    i use videocache view too but after i update my FF it seems aint work right
     
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    well not sure about that since this video I saw yesterday night was different, he clear cache on google chrome then open youtube and loaded some video, it loaded fast from the cache or something,

    it's something like so whenever i go to youtube just click one some videos i usually watch and it loads up like I have 99999999999999mbps or something
     
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    negative chief. it doesnt work like that. the video comes from someware and you can load it grab it from cache and play it in a media player. but the bottom line is it has to get loaded first. and it is all based on your connection.
     
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    whats version of chrome? have you tried the previous one
     
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    not yet but when I talked with the guy and some people who were commenting there said it's something about cache (since advertisment was increasing internet speed) so that for those who have a shop for computer to save bandwidth when people click on videos that were loaded previously it will be loaded automatically it's like a pre-saved video on youtube and said he would do it for me for a small fee (which I think is like high). I'll try using an older version of google chrome,

    anyone out there got more idea's about this? this might help as I most of the time like to watch some of those funny videos on youtube again without loading it after closing it. well only got 1mbps internet speed which is supposed to be slow,
     
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    going to take a look at after I wake up looks like an interesting read,

    good morning (night for me)
     
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    so wait, why not just download all the videos you want to watch & know will watch more than once?

    or is your need more on the 'if i happen to open something that's been opened before, load a cached version'
     

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