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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.

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

rm -rf ~/.cache/google-chrome