Clearing Browser Cache

Eric Biddle
Eric Biddle
  • Updated

Chrome

In Chrome, hold down Control + Shift + Delete on PC (Command + Shift + Delete) or go to the Three Dots icon in the top right corner

mceclip6.png

then go to Clear Browsing Data.

Screenshot 2024-03-22 at 1.00.31 PM.png

On this window change your time range to All time, check only Cached images and files and then hit Clear Data.

mceclip8.png

Edge

In Edge, hold down Control + Shift + Delete or go to the Three Dots icon at the top right corner of the window, then go to Settings.

mceclip0.png

In Settings, select Privacy, Search, and Services. Scroll down to Clear browsing data and select Choose What to Clear. 

2023-03-14_09-15-40.png

Ensure that Cached images and files is selected. You may deselect the other items if you'd like to only clear your cache. Select Clear Now to clear your cache. 

2023-03-14_09-24-20.png

FireFox

In FireFox, select the hamburger icon (three lines) in the upper right corner of the page to open the mini-menu. Select Settings.

Screenshot 2024-03-08 at 12.55.01 PM.png

Select Privacy & Security and scroll down to Cookies and Site Data. Select the Clear Data... button.

2024-03-08_12-59-38.png

In the Clear data pop-up window, ensure that Cached Web Content is checked. You can optionally uncheck Cookies and Site Data if you'd like to only clear your cache. Then select Clear. 

2024-03-08_13-01-24.png

Safari

To empty Safari’s browser cache, you’ll need to enable the Develop menu by selecting Safari > Preferences > Advanced and checking the Show Develop menu in menu bar box.

2023-09-07_08-29-39.png

Then, you can go to Develop > Empty Caches

2023-09-07_08-31-29.png

Was this article helpful?

2 out of 5 found this helpful

Have more questions? Submit a request

Comments

0 comments

Article is closed for comments.