Using Google cached pages is a great way to access content from webpages which have expired or are no longer available online. Fortunately, Google makes it easy to view cached pages directly in their search results. Here are the steps to view a cached page:
Go to google.com and type in the URL or search query related to the page you want to view.
Scroll down to the bottom of the results page, and you will see a “Cached” link towards the end.
Click on “Cached” and it will take you to the cached version of the webpage.
Google stores these cached webpages to provide users with access to the content even if it’s no longer available online. However, please keep in mind that the cached page may be out of date, so it may not be the same as the page originally published.
You can also use the Google search operator “cache: [URL]” to view the cached version of a specific page. For example, if you want to view the cached version of www.example.com, simply search for “cache: www.example.com” and click on the cached link at the bottom of the results page.
Hope this helps!