This webpage explains everything you need to know about cookies on the Internet, and website data that's stored locally on your computer.
What Is Offline Data?
Offline data, also known as a cache, is a small text-based file, up to 5 megabytes (5 MB) in size, that's stored locally to your computer in much the same way as Internet cookies. Although cache is stored by your web browser, the cache itself is stored inside a temporary Internet files section of your computer's hard drive.
Such a feature is highly favorable for mobile devices where bandwidth is a definite concern, but can be taken advantage of by any modern web browser on any platform. For instance, all desktop web browsers support the cache manifest feature, starting from Google Chrome 4, Mozilla Firefox 3.5, Opera 10.5, Internet Explorer 9 and Safari 4.
Developers of websites that utilize this feature have the ability to modify and delete the cache file. Should a cache manifest be updated, your web browser will detect this automatically and download the updated version. Like cookies, you can choose to delete this cache too, and opt out should you wish to do so. To change the settings for offline data, click the button below.
DylRicho doesn't currently use Internet cookies in any way, shape or form, but it does utilize the cache manifest feature offered by newer web browsers. The size of this cache file is currently 762 kB.
The cache contains two images (412.3 kB), five script files (120.42 kB) and two web font files (64.6 kB).
Remove Data Set by DylRicho
You can remove the data set by this website using the button below. Due to the absence of Internet cookies, only the cache manifest will be deleted. It's also worth noting that unless you choose to opt out of offline data, the cache will be downloaded again upon your next visit.