A computer system or software within a computer system that determines if a requested page or file has already been stored in memory or on its hard disk. If it has not, the request is sent upstream to its normal destination. The transparent cache sits between the client and server and is invisible to either side. There are also no configuration adjustments required in the browser to use a transparent cache. See Web cache.
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