Google Chrome is a great service that allows you to experience the internet in a proper way. Nevertheless, there are moments when it can stop working, or begin making problems, preventing you from doing some actions you are used to doing on a regular basis.
One of the most common reasons for such behavior is its cache that probably picked up a lot of “junk” during your visits to various sites and it requires a bit of cleaning, in order to work properly again.
In other words, you will need to clear its cache and the following lines will explain this process in a few simple steps.
How to Clear Cache in Chrome
- The first step you need to take in order to clear your Google Chrome Cache is to enter “More” or “Customization options” in your browser.
- There you need to go to “History”
and in the drop-down menu select “History” again.
- Now, in the newly opened window, go to “Clear browsing data”
and when a pop-up window appears, select what sort of data you want to clean.
- After you have done that, go to “Clear Data” command and there you go. The selected data will be deleted from your browser.