If you look for a site and it was deleted, won’t work, or just seems irrelevant to the search, you can still find the cached version by using one of these tools.
- Google search. Simply copy the website URL, copy it to the Google search bar, and search. Once the results appear, find the one you want and click on the little triangle on the right side of the page and then click cached. That will bring you to the page you want. Alternately, once on the page, you want cached, erase the ‘HTTPS://’ and insert ‘cache’. The same can be done with the most advanced search engines.
If you would like to find more information or Google cache just isn’t enough for your search, go ahead and try one of these:
- http://www.cachedpages.com/ – Using this site, you just paste the URL into the search bar and chose to find the cached version using Google Cache or WaybackMachine. Use the chrome extension for an easy experience: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/wayback machine/
- For European sites try The European Internet Archive, this site will most likely have all European cached sites.