Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows
Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows

Clear cache for all Browsers on Windows with the help of methods that we have discussed in this guide for every browser that will flush the cache of browser and fix the errors that occur due to it.

Web browsers use the cache data to save the image or the website template for short instance which could be used by it further so as to load the similar website or web page fast and more quickly without the need to get all the data from the servers every time. The cache is although good for browsing but sometimes if you go through many websites all the time this data gets accumulated in large numbers inside the browsers and hence slow down the performance of the browser or could also cause other issues too. To let the browsers on your Windows computer run as fast as they could you shall need to get rid of all the cache data inside these. Now if you are having multiple web browsers on your PC and wish to clean them all of the caches then it would take the time to work on these individually.

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How to Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows

Here in this article, we have written the method with which you could clear the cache of all the installed web browsers on the Windows. To know about the method just head on to the main part of the article which is given below, read about it after that.

Note: All the methods are for the latest versions of the web browsers, and the settings and options might alter for the previous versions of the browsers. For that, you should check method to clear cache for the particular web browser you are owning or using.

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Steps to Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows:

1. Google Chrome browser: Press Cntrl+Shift+Del keys on your keyboard inside the web browser and then on the settings window that appears, just locate the option “Show Advanced Settings..“. Go to the Privacy section and from there click on the “Clear Browsing Data” section , select “Cached images and files” afterward. Just press “Clear Browsing Data” button after that from the panel.

Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows
Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows

2. Internet Explorer: Click the gear icon placed at the top right corner of your web browser and then open the Settings menu from there. Select the Safety and Delete Browsing History option from there, this all could be simplified through pressing Ctrl+Shift+Del key combinations. Uncheck and check the boxes of your liking that you wish to regulate the commands of removing such browsing data, include the Cache data and then click on the delete button near the bottom of the Window. Your selected items or the junk data would be deleted as soon.

 Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows
Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows

3. Firefox: Explorer: Click on the hamburger button or the menu button and there choose the Options. If it is not listed there then first click Customize and then drag Options from the list of Additional Tools and features over the menu. On Mac just choose the preferences from the menu. From the options with the check box placed to the right of these select every data you wish to remove included the Cache data and then press the Clear Now button.

 Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows
Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows

4. Safari: Click on the Safari menu inside the browser and from there select the option Empty Cache. Click on the Empty button from the prompt and that’s it.

 Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows
Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows

5. Microsoft Edge: Click on the Edge Menu button from the browser taskbar and then select the settings from there. Click on “Choose what to clear” button from there and check that from the options on the panel that appears you have selected the “Cache data and Files” option. Proceed to delete the cache by clicking on the Clear button.

 Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows
Clear Cache for all Browsers on Windows

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And this was the method through which you could clear cache from all the web browsers on the Windows and hence deduct the requirement to clean all those independently. As from the article, you have got that the method isn’t too difficult or complex but any moderate user could apply it without any issues. It’s now your time to apply this method and hence get all the browser cache to the dump or deleted away all at once. Hope you would like up the method, don’t forget to share your views!



AUTHOR

Karanpreet Singh is the Co-Founder of Techviral. He writes about how to, tutorials especially on Android, iPhone, Computer, Internet, Social Networks, etc. Apart from this, he is an Ec-Council CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and a Digital Marketing Expert. He loves to share his knowledge with others through blogging.

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