Google Chrome

Trying to clear the cached files and data on your Google Chrome browser? It’s very easy! Just follow the instruction below, and you’ll be able to clear your Chrome cache very quickly.

What is cache and why should I clear it?

The Google Chrome cache are the temporary files the browser stores on your computer when you visit a website. The purpose of this is to make the website load faster next time you visit it.

Your online browsing experience may slow down if there is too much cache on your computer. Also some of these files can cause your Chrome browser to stop working properly.

How to clear the cache on Chrome

There are two ways you can clear the cache on your Google Chrome browser:

  1. Clear the Chrome cache on the browser
  2. Clear the Chrome cache with CCleaner

Method 1: Clear the Chrome cache on the browser

Clearing cached browser data can be very easy with the browser itself. To do so:

1) On your Google Chrome browser, press the Ctrl, Shift and Delete keys on your keyboard at the same time.

2) Choose a time range that you want to clear the cache.

3) Make sure the Cached images and files option is selected.

4) Click Clear data.

Now all your cached images and files on your Google Chrome browser have been removed.

If you want an easier option that can help you clear cache of not just your Chrome browser, try the method below!

Method 2: Clear the Chrome cache with CCleaner

CCleaner is an easy-to-use tool that can help you clean your computer. You can use it to clear your Chrome cache with just two mouse clicks. To do so:

1) Download and install CCleaner.

2) Run CCleaner, then click Analyze.

3) Click Clean All.

Now the cached files of your Chrome browser (and your system and other applications as well) has been removed.

Hopefully, this has helped you clear your Chrome cache. If you have any questions or suggestions, you’re more than welcome to leave us a comment below.

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