The purpose of this document is to walk through the steps for deleting the cache and and cookies of various desktop browsers.
Please note this document can be viewed on a mobile device but due to the fact this document is designed for desktop browsers, viewing this on small mobile devices you may have to scroll to the right to see the images. Click Menu button from the menu options in the upper right of the Firefox browser and select History.
Place a check in the boxes next to Cookies, Cache, and Active Logins in the Details section of the window (Click Details drop-down arrow to expand, if necessary). You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.
Safari browser is slowly gaining the market share because of the awesome features its offering now. Start the Safari browser and click on the settings button which is located at the right side corner of the browser. Remove all website icons: Removes website icons, which are small graphics that help identify sites on the Internet.


Remove saved names and passwords: Removes user names and passwords that Safari automatically fills in at websites that require them (if the AutoFill feature is turned on). Remove other AutoFill form text: Removes some personal information, such as telephone numbers, that Safari uses to automatically fill in forms on webpages (if the AutoFill feature is turned on). Reset all location warnings: Clears any information websites have saved about your location.
The browsers supported in this document include: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome.
Click Tools from the menu options in the upper right of the Internet Explorer browser and select Internet Options.
Ranging from Downloading videos directly to installing extensions in the browser, seems like everyone is now shifting from Firefox or Internet Explorer to this clean & faster browser. If you also clear your history, your Top Sites page reverts to showing the webpage previews displayed when you first installed Safari 5.
The cache helps webpages load more quickly, so you may notice it takes some websites longer to open the first time you visit them after emptying the cache.


Only the names are removed; the files themselves are still on your disk until you remove them. To get started, please select tab with the your operating system and click the plus sign by your preferred browser.
Clearing your internet cache periodically is essential for your web browser to function properly, saving you download time and allowing you to see the very latest version of the websites you visit. In this article we are going to teach you how to remove and delete all the temporary content cache, cookies and the history of accessed websites from the browser’s settings.



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