Google Chrome

A cache file is a temporary data file which basically increases the loading speed of a particular website. Cache file gets downloaded to your computer when you visit a particular website for the first time. You must have noticed that a website loads at a much faster speed on a browser who has accessed it earlier in comparison to those who are accessing it for the very first time. This is because of cache data. Once cache files of a website are downloaded and saved in the browser, there is no need to download it again if it is not deleted. This makes the loading process faster.

However in some cases, these cache files get damaged, this might affect the website performance. To resolve this issue, you need to clear the stored cache data of that specific website.

Here is how you can clear cache for a specific website in Google Chrome browser

Google Chrome

  • Open Google Chrome. You will find it in the start menu if you are using Windows Operating system. On the other hand, if you are on a Mac device, you will find it in the applications folder.
  • Now click on the box with three vertical dots. It is located at the top right This will open a new menu.
  • Click on the settings options. The chrome browser settings window will appear.
  • Now scroll down until you find the advanced settings button.
  • Click on it to go to the advanced settings window.
  • Click on Privacy and Setting header. Now you will find an option saying Content control. Click on it
  • Now navigate to all cookies and site data.
  • Here you will see the list of website you visited along with their cache and cookie data.
  • Choose the one you want to delete and then click on delete button to remove its contents.
  • You have successfully cleared cache data of that website.



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