How to clear Cache and Browsing history in Firefox 3.5 and Google Chrome

Cache is a collection of data duplicating original values stored elsewhere or computed earlier. In other words, a cache is a temporary storage area where frequently accessed data can be stored for rapid access. Your web browser will collect the information of every websites that you have been visited and it will store the info in a cache that was located in a hard disk in your PC. The cache is useful if you revisit the certain website and will use the stored info to speed up the page loading time.

But the cache will become full and use more space in your hard disk. The data will become obsolete and display the old information. So you can enhance the browser capability by clearing the cache.

The video below will show you how to clear Cache and Browsing history in Firefox 3.5 and Google Chrome.

For Firefox 3.5

1. Open the browser, click on Tools.
2. Click on Clear Recent History.
3. Beside Time range to clear, choose what option you want.
4. Click on Details and tick the Cache and Browsing history checkbox, or whatever else you want. Untick the box that you don't want to clear.
5. Click Clear Now button to finish the process.

For Google Chrome

1. Open the browser, select the Tools menu.
2. Select Clear Browsing data.
3. Select the Empty the cache and Clear browsing history checkbox.
4. Select the period of time for which you wish to delete cached information in the Clear data from this period dropdown menu.
5. Click the Clear Browsing Data button to finish.

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