How to clear the cache in Chrome

some of the most annoying browser-related problems can be fixed simply by clearing the cache. This is a fairly simple and surprisingly effective solution as well. If you use Google Chrome, you can clear the cache quite easily and can even get rid of browsing history, cached images, as well as cookies, and other site data. Remember that removing these things can make some websites load a little slower when you first reload them, but there shouldn’t be any side effects otherwise. With that out of the way, this is how you can clear the cache in Chrome.

How to clear the cache in Chrome for Android

Clearing your browsing history and cache is easy in Google Chrome for Android. These steps will help:

  1. Open Google Chrome and tap the three vertical dots icon in the upper right.
  2. Faucet Privacy and then touch Delete navigation data.
  3. Faucet Advanced at the top and then select the time range for which you want to clear the cache.
  4. Now select the data you want to delete and then tap Delete data.

How to clear the cache in Chrome for Windows or Mac

Follow these steps to quickly clear the cache in Google Chrome for Windows or Mac:

  1. Open Google Chrome and click on the three vertical points icon in the upper right.
  2. Click More tools > Delete navigation data.
  3. Now select the time range via the drop-down menu. You can delete the cache only for the last hour, a day, a week, or all the time. Select the time interval you need.
  4. There are two tabs in this configuration: Basic and Advanced. Basic allows you to clear your browsing history, cookies, and cached images. Advanced lets you get rid of auto-fill information, saved passwords, media licenses, and more. Tick the box next to the data you want to delete. Then click Delete data.

How to clear cache in Chrome on iPhone or iPad

Follow these simple steps to clear the cache in Google Chrome for iPhone or iPad:

  1. Open Google Chrome and tap the three vertical dots icon in the upper right.
  2. To go Settings > Privacy > Delete navigation data.
  3. Select the data you want to delete, such as cookies, site data, cached images, and files or browsing history, and then tap Delete navigation data.
  4. You will see two buttons at the bottom of the screen. Faucet Delete navigation data one more time.

This is how you clear the cache in Chrome. For more tutorials, visit our How to section.

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