Friday, June 15, 2018

2018 WW: How to clear browser cache in Chrome without tossing your cookies

How to clear browser cache in Chrome 
without tossing your cookies.

Instructions on how to get Chrome to load a new copy of a web-page that has been changed.  
 Open Chrome settings
  • Chrome caches web pages to be able to load them fast.  
  • If a page on a web site changes, Chrome's version may not change immediately.
  • To make the page change immediately, you may have to clear browser cache.
  • But Chrome also caches things you don't want to lose.
  • A bit of digital smarts here. 
  • You will often need it to work with  web sites under development.
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  • A click on the 3 dots up gets you a drop-down menu. 
  • Scroll down that menu and click  "Settings." 
  • Scroll down the setting menu and click "Advanced."

Find "Clear browser data"
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  • A click on the wedge gets a list of the options to be cleared.

Choose items to be cleared 
top part

Choose items to be cleared 
bottom part

  • Click the items highlighted here and no others.


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