It’s always good to clear the Google Chrome web browser cache periodically. Web browser pre-stores files like images and web pages in your hard drive so that the content of web pages that you visit often will load up faster.
Google Chrome browser data is stored in two common places; in your Local Drive and in your Google Account.
1) Use one of the following ways:
– From the “Menu” button in the upper-right corner of the Chrome browser window, choose “More Tools” and then click “Clear browser data”
– Press “CTRL” + “Shift” + “Delete” keys on your keyboard of your Windows or Linux computer. For Macs, press “Command” + “Shift” + “Delete”
– Select “Menu”, then click “Settings”, then click “Advanced”, then click “Clear browsing data”
2) Select the period of time you want to delete cached information by using the “Clear the following items from” option in the drop down menu. Then you can choose “Cached images and files”
3) Select the “Clear browsing data” button, and Chrome will clear your cache.
Some of the browser data is also stored in your online Google account. Whether it is a free Gmail account or a business account. (By the way Google is also YouTube). You can clear that data with these following steps.
1) From a browser, visit the Google – My Activity page. (We highlighted it so you can click the link and go straight there)
2) Select the item you wish to remove (there will be a little 3 dot icon next to each one), then select “Delete”.
– OR – You can also go to the left menu, select “Delete activity by”, choose the desired options, then select “Delete”.