Today’s question - Which Cache Plugin Should You Use? W3 Total Cache or Quick Cache or any other cache plugin.
The question came from Scott of VirtualMixEngineer.
I have a question regarding the cache. I have heard W3 Total is one of the best, but since I’m not totally competent at managing its features, Quick Cache is much simpler to handle. Do you feel one is better than the other regarding performance?
Personally I prefer to use W3 Total cache, as it has all the functions that a WordPress blog need to improve the caching and speed. I know, it may be hard to configure for some people (mainly, non-techie users), but still W3 Total Cache is best.
I think Quick Cache is good alternative, as it works out of the box and doesn’t need any extra configuration unlike W3 Total Cache.
Do you use either of these plugins on your WordPress site? Do you recommend a different caching solution? Comment below with your answer, and we’ll discuss as the comments come in. I’ll choose the most useful or interesting comment and credit the winner in the next “Ask the Readers” post when it goes up.