If you are using Google Chrome as your preferred web browser, follow the steps below to clear the cache: 1. Open Google Chrome on your computer.

2. Click on the three vertical dots in the top-right corner of the browser window to access the Chrome menu.

3. In the dropdown menu, hover over “More tools” and then select “Clear browsing data”.

4. A new tab will open with the title “Clear browsing data”. You can also press the shortcut key combination “Ctrl + Shift + Delete” to directly open this tab.

5. On the “Clear browsing data” tab, you can choose the time range for which you want to clear the cache. You can select options like “Last hour”, “Last 24 hours”, “Last 7 days”, or “All time” depending on your preference.

6. Ensure that the checkbox next to “Cached images and files” is selected. You can also select other items like browsing history, cookies, and more if you want to clear them as well.

7. Click on the “Clear data” button to initiate the cache clearing process.

Once the cache is cleared, you can close the tab or continue browsing as usual. Google Chrome will now fetch fresh copies of files from websites you visit, improving your browsing experience and ensuring you have the latest content.

Now that you know how to clear the cache in Google Chrome, let’s move on to the next section where we will discuss how to clear the browser cache on Mozilla Firefox.

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