Clearing Browser Cache

Eric Biddle
Eric Biddle
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In Chrome, hold down Control + Shift + Delete or go to the Three Dots icon in the top right corner

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then go to More Tools > Clear Browsing Data.

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On this window, you'll want to UN-check ALL items but "Cached images and files," and set your Time range to All Time, then hit Clear Data

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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.

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In FireFox, click on "Privacy, search and services" and scroll down on this panel until you get to Clear Browsing Data and click "Choose What to Clear".

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UN-check ALL items except for "Cached images and files",

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then click Clear Now at the bottom.

In Safari, hold down Control + Shift + Delete or go to the Hamburger icon (or Three Lined icon) in the top right corner and click Library

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Then click History

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Then click Clear Recent History

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Then UN-check ALL items except for Cache and Offline Website Data, and set your Time Range to Clear to Everything

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Then click Clear Now at the bottom.

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

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Then, you can go to Develop > Empty Caches

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