How to clear cache in different browsers (Mac OS)
Any website you visit consists of thousands of media files and sometimes it may take a lot of time for browser application to load all the website’s content. The first time you visit a site, your browser duplicates original values of the website in order to make it load faster next time you visit it. This process is called caching.
When some changes to the website are made, it is necessary to clear cache of the browser, since some values of the website may be saved on the computer and browser will keep opening the old, cached version of the website, so the changes will not be seen. You can find the detailed instructions on how to clear cache in different browsers for Mac operating system below.
1. Click on Safari > Preferences:
2. Check on Advanced button > then tick off Show Develop menu in menu bar:
3. Click on Develop button on the taskbar > Empty Caches:
1. Open Chrome and click on Customize and control Google Chrome button:
2. Select More Tools > Clear Browsing Data:
3. Choose the beginning of time option from the drop-down menu, then tick the following:
- Browsing history,
- Download history,
- Cookies and other site and plugin data,
- Cached images and files.
After that click on the Clear browsing data button:
1. Click on Firefox button on the task bar and select Preferences:
2. Click on Advanced button > Network > then select Clear Now button in Cached Web Content section:
1. Click on Opera > Clear Browsing Data:
2. Check All the needed options, then click on Clear Browsing Data: