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How to Use HandyCache to Speed Up Your Internet and Save Bandwidth

HandyCache is a proxy server software that can help you distribute the Internet on your local network, or speed up the loading of web pages on your own computer. It can also block ads, save traffic and money, and redirect URLs. HandyCache has a feature called "full hit", which means that it can serve cached content to multiple clients without requesting it from the original server. This can improve the performance and efficiency of your Internet connection.

In this article, I will show you how to install and configure HandyCache on your Windows PC, and how to use the full hit feature to get the most out of your Internet. You will need a computer with Windows XP or later, and an Internet connection. You will also need to download HandyCache from

Step 1: Install HandyCache

After downloading HandyCache, run the installer and follow the instructions. You can choose to install it in any folder you like, but I recommend using the default location (C:\HandyCache). You can also choose to run HandyCache as a service or as a normal application. I recommend running it as a service, so that it can start automatically when Windows boots up.

After the installation is complete, you will see an icon for HandyCache on your taskbar next to the clock. You can right-click on it and select "Show" to open the main window of HandyCache. You can also access it from the Start menu or from the desktop shortcut.

Step 2: Configure HandyCache

The first time you run HandyCache, you will see a wizard that will guide you through some basic settings. You can choose your language, your network type (LAN or single PC), and your proxy port (the default is 8080). You can also enable or disable some features, such as caching HTTPS requests, DNS caching, firewall mode, and Lua scripting. You can change these settings later from the Options menu.

After completing the wizard, you will see the main window of HandyCache, which has four tabs: Cache, Log, Statistics, and Options. The Cache tab shows you the contents of your cache folder, which is where HandyCache stores the web pages and files that it downloads from the Internet. The Log tab shows you the details of each request that HandyCache handles, such as the URL, the client IP address, the size, and the status. The Statistics tab shows you some graphs and charts that display information about your cache usage, traffic savings, hit ratio, and performance. The Options tab lets you customize various settings of HandyCache, such as cache size, cache rules, filters, plugins, extensions, and more.

Step 3: Use HandyCache

To use HandyCache as a proxy server on your local network, you need to configure your web browser or other Internet applications to use it as a proxy. You can do this manually by entering the IP address and port of your computer running HandyCache (for example, in the proxy settings of your browser or application. You can also use a tool like ProxyCap or Proxifier to automatically redirect all your Internet traffic through HandyCache.

To use HandyCache as a proxy server on your own computer, you don't need to configure anything else. Just make sure that HandyCache is running in the background and that it is set to intercept all requests (this is the default setting). You can also use a browser extension like SwitchyOmega or FoxyProxy to easily switch between using HandyCache or not.

Once you start using HandyCache as a proxy server, you will notice that some web pages load faster than before. This is because HandyCache serves them from its cache folder instead of downloading them from the Internet again. You will also notice that some web pages have less or no ads at all. This is because HandyCache blocks them using its filters and plugins.

Step 4: Use Full Hit

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