While you are on the Internet, your browser stores visited pages and their contents (such as graphics, scripts and search entries) in a cache, which accelerates many processes for you on websites. An “old” Cache can, however, cause new content not to be displayed because the browser accesses old content (stored in the cache). For this reason, it is advisable to clear the cache from time to time.
Clear cache under WINDOWS – Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome
- Call up the key combination [Ctrl], [Shift] and [Del].
- The new window “Delete browser data” opens.
- Here you can choose for which period and which browser data should be deleted.
- If you want to delete the browser cache completely, please select “entire period”. and set the “Images and Files in Cache” option to “Cache”. (Chrome) or “Cache” (Firefox) or “Cached Data and Files”. A hook.
- Finally, confirm your selection with the “Delete” button.
Clear cache under macOS – Safari
- Call up the key combination [CMD], [Alt] and [E].