Prevent cache, cookies and browser history from ruining your fun; kill them all this way

Your computer can become slow due to various reasons, including cache, cookies, and more. However, you can clear your browser’s cache, cookies, and history easily.

Where do you go when you want answers to your questions? You search in your browser. There is a lot of information about you stored in the browser you use. From the websites you visit to your passwords and browsing history, everything is stored in the browser and stays there taking up valuable storage. The accumulation of this information can make your computer frustratingly slow. Therefore, it is always recommended to clear or clear your browser’s cache, cookies and history, on a regular basis, be it Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or any other.

For the uninitiated, you may know that cookies are files created by the sites you visit. This makes your online experience easier. Meanwhile, the cache remembers parts of pages, such as images, to help them open faster on your next visit. And history, as the name suggests, saves the details of your past browser activities. But there’s always too much of a good thing, and spring cleaning becomes essential.

This is how you can clear, clean, or delete your browser’s cache, cookies, and history.

Google Chrome

1. On your computer, open Chrome.

2. At the top right, click More (three-dot icon visible in the top right corner).

3. Click More Tools and then Clear Browsing Data.

4. At the top, choose a time slot. To remove everything, select All time.

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5. Check the boxes next to Cookies and other site data, Cached images and files, and Browsing history.

6. Click Clear data.

It should be noted that once you clear your browser’s cache, cookies, and history, you’ll need to log in again to the sites you use.

Mozilla Firefox

1. To clear all cookies, site data and cache in Firefox, click the menu button and select settings.

2. Then select the Privacy and security panel and go to the Cookies and site data section.

3. Click the Clear Data button. The Clear Data dialog will appear.

4. Check the boxes next to Cookies and Site Data and Cached Web Content.

5. Finally, click delete.


Step 1:

Safari users can go to the app on their Mac and select History > Clear History, then click the pop-up menu.

Step 2:

Choose how far back you want your browsing history to be deleted.

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