Often, systems and browsers are updated to improve the overall performance of the user. From time to time, these updates require the user to clear or empty the browser’s cache.
What is the cache, you ask? The cache is where your temporary internet files are held. The information that is held in this temporary internet folder is anything that is downloaded onto your hard drive via the internet. When you empty the cache, you clear all the information that has been gained from surfing or downloading on the net. In addition to allowing updates to be seen more quickly, clearing your cache increases your computer speed. Learning to clear your browser’s cache will benefit you greatly. Click on the browser’s icon below to see the steps to clear the browser’s cache.