Tuesday, April 19, 2011

How to Clear Cache in Firefox 4, Google Chrome, and IE9

 The Cache is a temporary internet files that stores images, scripts, and other parts of websites while you are browsing. It helps in  faster display of webpages the next time you visit those websites. If we dont clear the cache of our browser, the files may accumulate and may slow down your PC and some time the information stored in browser cache is sometimes incomplete or corrupt.

 Clear Cache in Firefox 4
1. Open your Firefox browser
2. Click on Firefox logo > Options.

3. In the Option Window go to Advanced >Network tab.
4. Under the Network tab , Click on Clear now button under the Offline Storage section

5. Click on OK.

Clear Cache in Google Chrome
1. Open your Chrome browser.
2. Click on Tools > Options.

3. In the Under Hood Section, click on clear browsing data.

4. A small window will open , select Empty the Cache and select the time range from the drop down menu and select it to the beginning of the time.

5. Click on clear browsing data.

Clear Cache in IE9
1. Open Internet Explorer 9.
2. Click on Tools > Safety > Delete Browsing History.

3. A Window will open, select Temporary internet files

4. Click on Delete

That's all. All the cache stored on your browser will be deleted. and will provide some free space in you c drive.

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