With cache, you can quickly access sites you’ve visited before and load them quickly. Also with the presence of stored cookies, you can visit the site without logging in. And every time you visit a web page, Google Chrome will record it in the history.
And the more you visit, the more data will be stored. Under certain conditions, you will experience problems with Chrome, such as slow performance, broken site display, and so on. Clearing cache, cookies, and history can solve many problems.
With a cache, web pages will load faster, and clearing the cache will result in the browser having to re-render images, videos, and other parts of the page from scratch.
Meanwhile, if you delete cookies, it will result in you having to re-enter your user and password on the login page on sites that implement user-based access.
- Open Google Chrome.
- Press the keyboard key “ Ctrl + Shift + Delete ” to open “ Clear browsing data ”.
- Select the time range for the cache and cookies that you want to delete. In this section, you can choose the time range for the last time you visited the web page.
- Then select the option you want to delete. You can clear the browsing history, cookies, and site data, as well as a cache of images and files.
- Then click the ” Clear data ” button to start deleting.