“Android/Windows”: Clear the Cache in Google Chrome [ Tutorial ]

If your Google Chrome is acting funny, lagging, or slowing down, I think it’s time to Clear the Cache in Google Chrome. Google Chrome is one of the most used browsers in the world. However, in order to get good performance from Google Chrome, it would be better to Clear the Cache in Google Chrome once in a while.

This is for all those who don’t know how to clear cache or browsing data from Google Chrome. Keep reading and you’ll learn how to do so.

Clear the Cache in Google Chrome

Benefits of Clearing Cache:

  • It will help you get free space. All your Cache files and images stored on your PC and it takes a lot of space.
  • Your Browser shows you old content of this Website if it’s cached, it automatically ignores the new content.
  • The information stored in Cache sometimes incomplete or corrupt. That can give you a really bad experience.
  • As you all know that, Cache holds downloaded content that means when you load a new Website it will load slowly for the first time.

How To Clear the Cache in Google Chrome [PC]:

  • First Open Chrome on your Pc-Windows-Mac-iMac.
  • Now at the top right side of your screen, you’ll see 3lines, Click on that and select Settings.
  • In the Settings page, scroll down and Click on advanced settings.
  • Under the privacy tab, you’ll see two options, Content Settings, and Clear Browsing Data.
  • Click on Clear Browsing Data, You’ll get a pop-up.
  1. Browsing
  2. Download
  3. Cookies, Other Sites and plugin data.
  4. Cached images and files.
  5. Passwords.
  6. Autofill form data.
  • Choose Cookies, Other Sites and plugin data, Cached images and files.
  • Now Click on Clear Browsing Data.

Clear the Cache in Google Chrome [ Android & iOS ]:

Android:

  • Open Google Chrome on your device.
  • Tap on the 3dots located at the top right corner of the screen.
  • You’ll see a list of options, Tap on Settings.
  • Here look for Privacy Settings, once you find it tap on it.
  • Scroll down in the privacy settings and tap on Clear Browsing Data.
  • On Next Page, Check the last option ” Cached Images and Files “.
  • Tap on Clear Data. You can find the button at the bottom right side of your screen.

iOS:

  • Open Google Chrome on your device.
  • Tap on the 3dots located at the top right corner of the screen.
  • You’ll see a list of options, Tap on Settings.
  • Here look for Privacy Settings, once you find it tap on it.
  • Scroll down in the privacy settings and tap on Clear Browsing Data.
  • Select the options as per your desire and Tap on Clear Browsing Data Button.
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