How to delete temporary Internet Files

When you delete temporary internet files, also known as clear browser cache, you clear the history and removes data saves as a result of your browsing.

Select browser

  • Chrome

    Follow the guide:

    • Open Chrome.
    • At the top right - click the three dots.
    • Click 'More tools'.
    • Choose  'Clear browsing data'.

    • At the top, choose a time range. To delete everything, select 'All time'.
    • Next to "Cached images and files," check the boxes.

    • Click 'Clear data'.
  • Edge

    Follow the guide:

    • Open Edge
    • Press Ctrl + Shift + Del on your keyboard to open the "Clear browsing data" window.
      Or at the top right - click the three dots and choose 'Settings'.

    • To the left click 'Privacy, search, and services'.
    • Click the blue button 'Choose what to clear'
    • In the 'Clear browsing data' window under 'Time range' choose a time range. To delete everything, select 'All time'.
    • Select 'Cookies and other site data'.

    • Click 'Clear now' to clear your temporary internet files.
    • Close and reopen Edge for the changes to take effect.
  • Safari

    Follow the guide:

    • Open Safari
    • Open the menu Safari at the top.
    • Select "Clear History".

    • Choose clear "all history".

    • Click "Clear History". 
  • Firefox

    Follow the guide:

    • Open Firefox.
    • Click "Alt" on your keyboard and get the topmenu.
    • Click "History" in the top menu and choose "Clear Resent History".

    • Choose Everything.
      You only need to tick Cache.

    • Click"OK".

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