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Clear your cache
As mentioned, deleting your cache will delete stored data, logins and more information so proceed with caution.
Open Chrome and click the row of three vertical dots in the top right-hand corner (at the end of the address bar) to open the settings menu. Go to “More Tools” and select “Clear browsing data.” Click the checkboxes for Cookies and other site and plug-in data as well as cached images and files.
Use the menu to select the amount of data you want to delete – this ranges from removing everything from the past day, to “the beginning of time” if you want to clear everything. Once you’ve made your choices, click “Clear browsing data.”
Select “History”, then “Clear History” to remove the saved data on Safari. A drop-down menu will appear, which lets you decide to delete all data from the last hour, today, today and yesterday, and all history. This deletes your history as well as your cookies and the entire browser cache.
Alternatively, select an entry from the list, right click and choose Delete if you want to remove individual sites.
Click the menu button, select “History”, then “Clear Recent History.” Choose how much of your history you want to clear by selecting the time range. Next, click the arrow alongside Details to select exactly what information will be cleared. Your choices are described in the What things are included in my history? section in Mozilla’s FAQ.
Finally, click the “Clear Now” button.
Go to “Tools”, via the Gear Icon, click “Safety” and select “Delete browsing history.” This menu can also be opened by holding Ctrl+Shift+Delete. Select which data you want to delete by unchecking the revelant boxes, and by checking both Temporary Internet Files and Cookies. Click Delete.
You can clear the cache on Android, to free up phone space for example, in Settings. Go to “Apps” (or “Applications”, depending on your device) in the menu, find the app want to clear the cache or data for and tap on “Storage.” The buttons for clearing the cache and app data will become visible and you can see how much storage is being used, and clear it.
In a similar way to Android, go to “Settings,” “General,” “Storage & iCloud Usage” and, in “Storage,” select “Manage Storage.” To see the storage being used by individual apps, choose it from the list and go to Documents & Data. If it’s is taking up more than 500MB, deleting and reinstall to clear space.