Please keep in mind each web browser and their different versions may have a different path to clearing cache and web history, this is a general guideline of how you may engage in these functions. To see more insights on how to clear cache for specific web browsers, click here.
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Click on Tools located at the top of your browser. Click on Delete Browsing History. Select "Temporary Internet Files", "Cookies" and "History". Lastly, click Delete.
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Clearing cache and web browser history for Internet Explorer users can be done by clicking on the Settings icon in the upper right hand corner of your browser. Click internet options and locate the delete button. Lastly, click on "Ok".
Clearing Firefox cache is also very simple, you may do so by going to the Firefox menu and selecting the link titled “Preferences”. From here a new window will populate, select the tab labeled “Advanced” and go to “Cached Web Content” and click the directive titled “Clear Now”.
The cache within a Google Chrome browser can be cleared by going to your settings menu, an icon typically in the upper right hand corner of your browser window represented by 3 horizontal lines. From this drop down menu select the link titled “History”. A listing of all your web browser recent activity will populate, click on the button titled “Clear Browsing History”. From here a final popup window will incur that will allow you to clear cache and other browser functionalities.
The first step to clearing your cache in Safari is to add your “Develop” drop down menu to your tool bar. You may do so by going to your clicking on the Safari section within your tool bar, then clicking on Preferences. A new pop up window will incur, click on advanced, this is where you can select to add the develop menu to your tool bar.
Once you have added the develop menu, you will see the option to “Empty Cache” within this drop down menu.
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