How to clean your browser's cache
Definition of Cache:
The browser cache is a folder in which your browser stores visited Web pages (as well as all the elements of these pages, images, scripts, CSS, video clips ...) to speed up the display of pages to the next visit (the reading will be faster).
Normally, when viewing a web page, the browser should check on the website if the files are newer than the cache to determine whether to download them or view them from the cache again.
Sometimes we should "delete cache" to force the browser to re-download the files from the web page visited.
This manipulation is the most radical. It is removed from the hard drive all the pages and all the items stored by the web browser, under "Temporary Internet Files" in different browsers installed: This will also remove hard drives from all your surfing traces.
- Saved Passwords
This will be detailed for each browser in the following chapters:
► Delete the Internet Explorer cache
► Clear the cache of Firefox
► Clear the cache of Google Chrome
► Clear the browser cache Orange
► Empty Cache Opera
► Clear cache Safari
Now we will explain in detail for each type of browser the procedures to follow
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