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Quick Cache (Speed Without Compromise)

Speed up your site (BIG time!) — Quick Cache provides reliable page caching for WordPress. Easy-to-use (very simple installation).

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57 reviews
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4 stars
4.3 out of 5 stars
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5 stars
No Complaints - Fast and Good
By , for WP 3.8

Albeit if you were using the Quick Cache options which now are only available in the Pro Version, then yes, it's probably a disappointment. However it seems, those who were happy but are now unhappy, are only upset cause the developers want to earn some dollars.

Flaming a plugin just because your too-tight-fisted to cough up a small $15US fee, ain't cool, at all!

5 stars
Coool !
By ,

Thanks.

Was about time ! ^^

5 stars
On Multisite - just works!
By , for WP 3.7.1

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.

5 stars
My favorite cache
By , for WP 3.7.1

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.

5 stars
The Best Cache Plugin for WordPress - Hands Down!
By , for WP 3.7.1

nice update in this latest version. thanks!

5 stars
All fixed now
By , for WP 3.7.1

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.

5 stars
Does great job without screwing things up
By , for WP 3.7.1

I like this cache plugin because it only does caching, is easy to unistall, and doesn't screw things up. Used it on multiple sites now. Very reliable. Documentation is well done and clear. I feel very confident using this plugin. PLUS it speeds up my site significantly.

5 stars
Very nice!
By , for WP 3.6

I did try many different cache plugins but this one was the easiest and actually the most effective. Speeds were way way up on my blog website and the interface is a lot less complicated than others. Nice job.

5 stars
This plugin is fantastic!
By , for WP 3.6.1

I tried a lot of caching plugins before this, and I can say that in so many ways, Quick Cache is the best. I'm a pretty advanced WP user, but some of the other plugins were complicated and required a lot of thought and effort to get set up. And some broke my site. :-/

With Quick Cache, everything is explained along the way. So you know what to set and why you'd want to set things a certain way. Super user-friendly and easy to follow. And if you're an advanced user, there are plenty of options for you as well.

Ah, but does it work? Heck yeah it does! I use pingdom monitoring, and my site went from a pathetic load time of around 4-6 seconds to an average load time of 1.8 seconds and 1.2 seconds in the US! This plugin makes a huge difference in site speed - which is what it's all about, right?

So, two thumbs up here! Thanks!

5 stars
S-p-e-e-e-e-e-d-y
By , for WP 3.6

Now, that is fast! I was reluctant to install it because it hasn't been updated in a while, but it certainly works for me.

I see someone has mentioned the permissions requirement for wp-config.php. That had me wondering, too, until I did this. I gave Quick Cache the permissions it said it required, activated and configured it. Then I set the permissions back so that wp-config.php was read only. Quick Cache doesn't seem to mind. If anyone knows why it should be a problem, I'd appreciate the info. Otherwise, I'm quite satisfied.

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