How Clear on any web browser like Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Internet, and Dolphin for any platform example Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and Android.
What Is the Web Cache?
The web cache stores certain information like HTML pages, images, etc. for webpages you visit on your computer or mobile device so the next time you visit the site will load faster. Sometimes these files take up large space than you want and keep old unnecessary information in your browser.
You can resolve many browser issues simply by clearing your cache. For all the pros who just need reminding, here’s a quick reference guide to clearing the web cache in the easiest manner possible on the latest versions of your browser.
For step by step details, including screenshot and alternative methods, jump down to below the quick reference guide and find your particular browser and OS.
Which browser you are running?
If you have not sure what web browser version you are using, the easiest way to check is by visiting whatbrowser.org, which will tell you immediately what version you are using.
Chrome for Mac OS X
Open up the Chrome menu, located right next to the Apple icon, and click on Clear Browsing Data (keyboard shortcut Shift+Command+Delete). Make sure that the Empty the Cache option is selected and hit Clear Browsing Data.
You can also get to this menu by clicking on Preferences in the Chrome menu (keyboard shortcut Command+Comma). Select Show Advanced Settings…, then hit Clear Browsing Data. Make sure that the Empty the Cache option is selected and hit Clear Browsing Data.
Open up the browser and hit the menu button. Go to Settings and select the Privacy section. Under Clear Browsing Data, select Clear Cache and then hit the Clear Cache confirmation button.