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More About Caches
A cache is anything that is stored now, for use later. Cache files dynamically store data that can be used repeatedly, but may change regularly. The most commonly known cache file is the web browser cache file. Web browsers create cache files to store data from websites (including text, images, and design) so that the same data does not have to be delivered across the internet every single time you visit a site. For this reason, cache files are meant to be used until the data changes. When a website changes, the cache files are no longer needed, are deleted, and new cache files are created.
Persistent Caches are files that do not change; even when new data is available. Persistent files are not deleted when the old data they contain is no longer needed.
Corrupt Caches are files that applications try to read from, but the data has become unreadable. Applications expect files to be in the same format and structure that they were written in. Files whose structure has been damaged can no longer be read. It is similar to attempting to read a book that is written with the ending first and the beginning last. You may be able to understand it, but it is very difficult. Most applications will only read files in specific ways. If a file cannot be read by the application, the file is either ignored or may cause the application to crash.