How would you feel when you are trying to download a beautiful design for your wedding dress or a mouth watering recipe from a website and your PC screen suddenly displays a message showing there isnâ€™t much disk space available for the download? Or when you are transferring your grand sonâ€™s first birthdayâ€™s pictures from a CD to your computer and you realize the slow performance and shortage of space? Disappointed and frustrated, right? Well, how would you feel now if we told you that the easy solution to such problems lies in your hands. Yes, thatâ€™s true! Read on to know howâ€¦
All web browsers are designed to maintain a temporary copy of the web pages you visit, the images you view, the sounds you heard and the cookies created in the process. The next time you visit the same page, the browser speeds up display time by loading the page locally from cache instead of downloading everything again. This may result in your hard drive running out of space, slow PC performance and older versions of web pages being displayed. So letâ€™s go through some guidelines to eliminate cache from your Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer-based computer:
Clearing cache on Mozilla Firefox
Launch Mozilla Firefox
Simply launch Mozilla Firefox web browser from the location you have it saved on your computer.
Go to Tools
Click “Tools” on the main menu, then scroll down and click “Clear Private Data.”
Go to “Cache,” and click “Clear Private Data Now” to remove cache.
Clearing cache on Internet Explorer
Launch Internet Explorer
Simply launch Internet Explorer web browser from the location you have it saved on your computer.
Go to Tools
Go to “Tools” and then click “Delete Browsing History.” Click “Delete” to remove cache, cookies and other private data.
This completes the process of clearing cache from your computer system for the above mentioned two web browsers. For information on other browsers, you may access the Internet and do a Google search.