How to remove caching on the hard drive?
CastironMan last edited by
I see in the task manager that the browser is constantly accessing the disk, how to remove it?
I have 64 GB of RAM, I don't need caching. And the pages after closing and opening the program are easier to download.
donq last edited by
What kind of disk access you mean - Opera using its cache to decrease network traffic or Windows using its page file?
herrpietrus last edited by
@donq I bet caching. As far as I know the only solution for Blink based browsers is to create RAM disc and move cache there...
leocg Moderator Volunteer last edited by
@castironman I don't see any command line to disable disk cache in https://peter.sh/experiments/chromium-command-line-switches/ but take a look there anyway.
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
You can try using --disk-cache-size to limit the cache size. Don't think zero is valid though and don't know how strictly Opera will following the directive.
You can try using --disk-cach-dir to put just the cache folder on a RAM drive.