Your browser stores the websites you visit in form of snapshots and other data so the browser doesn’t need to recollect all of the data again – because that would take a lot of time and internet usage. But after you’ve used your browser for a month or over, the stored information will either start conflicting with the new updated information or your browser will not display the updated content – In this article, you’ll learn how to clear the cache of whatever browser you use through some simple steps.
- After you have your Chrome browser opened, click on the option icon located in the top right corner.
- Now click on settings tab and then click on the advanced settings… option located at the bottom.
- Now click on Clear Browsing Data under Privacy.
- Make sure you Obliterate the data from Beginning of time and then check-mark just the Empty Cache option.
- Click on Clear Browsing Data.
- Click on the drop down menu in the top left corner.
- Click on History and then Clear Recent History.
- Set the time range to Everything and check-mark just the Cache option.
- Now click on Clear Now.
- Click on the settings option in the top right corner.
- Click on Safety and then Clear Browsing History.
- From the following window, check-mark the Temporary Internet files and hit delete.
- Let the deletion complete and then you’re done.
Safari for iOS
- Open the settings application.
- Click on Safari tab on the left and then click on the Clear Cookies and Data option.
- Make the confirmation and delete all the cookies and data – this will clear your cache.
Safari for Mac
- Click on the Safari option in the top left corner.
- Click on empty cache.
- Click on the Empty button.
- Easy as that.
- Open your browser.
- Press the settings option.
- Now go to the Privacy option.
- Click on the clear Browsing data and confirm the deletion.