Method # 1: Using Google Cache
For demonstration, I am trying to look on how to covert C code into Assembly. Now, if I enter this query in Google, I get some pretty decent results. Now, we are trying to look for a solution at Experts Exchange. So, I go to google.com and type in covert c code to assembly site:experts-exchange.com. The ‘site:’ is an advanced operator in google which limits our search results to that particular website and in this case, it is experts-exchange.
We click on the first search result on the experts-exchange.com article with no solution but a button stating View Solution.
If you click on the View Solution link, you are redirected to a page telling you that you need to subscribe to view the solution. Not today though!!
Go back to the google results page and click on Cached which loads a cached version of that webpage.
Guess what ? The cached page holds all the answers to the question right at the bottom. Just scroll down and see for yourself.
Method # 2: Using the User Agent Switcher extention in Firefox
The User Agent Switcher extension adds a menu and a toolbar button to switch the user agent of the browser. It is designed for Firefox, Flock, Mozilla and Seamonkey, and will run on any platform that these browsers support including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. You can get the User Agent Switcher extention from Firefox. This method would help us automate the above procedure in case you wanted to do something like this in the future
Once you install the user agent for your browser, close and restart your browser. Go to Tools –> User Agent Switcher –>Options –> Options –> User Agents
Under User Agents, click add and add the following information as shown from below