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This is generally not a good idea but if you want it, you can symlink .cache/google-chrome to /tmp which is backed by tmpfs which stays in RAM unless you run out of memory forcing it back to disk.

rm -rf ~/.cache/google-chrome ln -s ~/tmp/google-chrome ~/.cache/google-chrome

Note that you will use lose this cache everytime you reboot.

This is generally not a good idea but if you want it, you can symlink .cache/google-chrome to /tmp which is backed by tmpfs which stays in RAM unless you run out of memory forcing it back to disk.

rm -rf ~/.cache/google-chrome
ln -s  ~/tmp/google-chrome ~/.cache/google-chrome

~/.cache/google-chrome

Note that you will use lose this cache everytime you reboot.

This is generally not a good idea but if you want it, you can symlink .cache/google-chrome to /tmp which is backed by tmpfs which stays in RAM unless you run out of memory forcing it back to disk.

rm -rf ~/.cache/google-chrome
ln -s  ~/tmp/google-chrome ~/tmp/ ~/.cache/google-chrome

Note that you will use lose this cache everytime you reboot.