Clear cache in Microsoft Edge
Today’s browsers try to make your browsing experience as pleasant as possible. Loading times are especially important here. Nobody wants to wait a long time for a website to load anymore. This is what the cache was created for. In the cache, website data is stored that is particularly large and thus ensures that the website builds up very slowly. So if you visit the site again in the future, the data can be loaded from your memory and does not have to come from the Internet. But sometimes this is also inconvenient, because you may not see the latest version of the page. It can therefore be useful from time to time to clear the cache in Edge. By the way, this is also a good idea when a website is not working as it should.
Clear cache in Edge with many more options possible:
The setting can be found in a convenient place in Microsoft Edge, so that you can delete a lot of other data like cookies and your browsing history at the same time. Thus, it makes sense to remember this path in any case. This way, you can make all necessary settings quickly and easily in the future.
- Open Microsoft Edge
- Click on the three dots in the upper right corner
- Select “Privacy, Search and Services”
- Scroll down to “Clear browsing data” and click on “Choose what to clear”
- Select “Cached images and files” and set the desired time range
- Click “Clear now”
Actually, it is not difficult to clear the cache in Microsoft Edge. As with so many topics, the problem is that you first have to find out where to find the corresponding setting. We hope that this tutorial will save you the trouble of searching for it and that you will be able to find it quickly. If so, feel free to subscribe to Youtube so that we can inform you about even more useful topics in the future!
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