Speed up your site (BIG time!) — Quick Cache provides reliable page caching for WordPress. Easy-to-use (very simple installation).
Poor release... screwed up two of my website and I had to restore everything manually
Was about time ! ^^
I've been using Super Cache for a while - and it has always required a fair amount of configuration and maintenance. The latest round of updates finally made me decide Super Cache just wasn't worth it for me. I would prefer caching to just work. Quick Cache fills that need. It is fast, easy to set up and works well in a multisite configuration - with or without the pro version.
Caching on multisite without the fuss. Good.
Great support. I asked for a feature, one day later they released the new version of the plugin with this feature. I am a premium user, and I'm happy to be!
Better than W3 Cache I think. Much easier & faster install.
nice update in this latest version. thanks!
I've used Quick cache for quite awhile and always liked it, however, many features that I relied on are now only available in the pro version. The free version is worthless. I will be switching to a new caching plugin.
After I got over my original anger of taking away some of my advanced features, I gave Quick Cache another try. It's still a solid plugin. But it feels a little like pulling the rug out from those who have used the plugin since the beginning. If you want to charge for a pro version, come up with NEW features. Don't start charging for things that were previously free.
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This used to be a 5-star plugin. But it stopped working after the newest update and lost many of its features. I am uninstalling it from all my sites and replacing with another much better cache plugin.
The latest update sucks! You don't have all the free features and breaks sites.
This is an update on a poor review I gave this plugin about two weeks ago.
It seems that all problems with the recent update were related to not having PHP5.3 running on your host's server.
The plugin developers have addressed that problem and apologised for any inconvenience caused so that's good.
When the PHP version problem arose I searched for another caching plugin to use, but no other plugin comes close to the ease of use of Quick Cache.
I've now installed the latest version on 5 local installs without any problems and I'm upgrading my rating to 5 stars.
This used to be a great plugin until someone decided they could make money from it. I don't think you are going to be making much money from it though as it doesn't work. It never updated a cached page, when I tried to disable it, it broke entirely and I had to restore my site from a backup. All of the features like pattern matching were removed. All in all, this thing is useless now and I will find a new caching plugin to use.
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