Find out how to clear your browser’s cache

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Google Chrome’s Advanced tab under Clear browsing data lets you decide whether you want to keep the passwords your cache stores.

Google Chrome offers advanced basic options

On a computer, open Chrome and click on the three vertical dots in the upper right corner of the browser window. To choose More tools | Clear browsing data… from the window that appears. Check the boxes to erase all your Browsing history, Cookies and other site data Where Cached images and files if the Basic the tab is highlighted.

Yes Advanced is highlighted, you’ll see other options you might want to check out, not necessarily want in every case. These additional options, which you may need to scroll down to see, include Autofill form data, site settings and Hosted Application Data. Chrome also lets you clear your cache entirely or revert at specified times.

Click on Erase data when you are satisfied with your selections.

If you want to clear browsing data only from the device you’re working on while keeping it elsewhere in your Google account, be sure to sign out of your account first.

On phones, in the Chrome app on iOS, tap the three horizontal dots. On Android, tap the three vertical dots rather.

In either case, touch Story then press Clear browsing data. You can then erase the data from your Browsing history, cookies, site data, cached images and files, saved passwords and Autofill data. You will also be able to choose a time range for the data you want to erase: last hour, last 24 hours, last 7 days, last 4 weeks or all the time.

Faucet Clear browsing data on iOS or Erase data on Android to complete your cleanup mission.

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