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Difference Between Cache And Cookies

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Cookies and Cache both are types of temporary storage frequently used to reduce access times and recognize request originating resources . Although cookies and cache are two ways to store data on client's machine, they serve different purposes.

Cache Cookies
Cache is a type of temporary storage which is used to reduce access time in a system In terms of web , it helps reducing in band-with usage and reducing server load . Cookies are a piece of data stored by the sites in the browser's storage for maintaining the states and recognizing the request origination source .
It has no memory limit . Cookies are limited to 4KB per website .
Cache keep resource files such as audio, video or flash files. Cookies stores information such as user preferences ,

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