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Posted by Jeremy O'Brien on Feb 25, 2021
In general, it is a good practice to periodically clear the web browser cache / data / history (for simplicity purposes of this article, I am using these words interchangeably). To provide a better (quicker and more responsive) experience, web browsers often store browsing data when users are accessing websites. However, this benefit can also be a hindrance at times as website content often changes, and web browsers may store form data different from what the user intends to enter later. When a large amount of data is in web browser cache, website browsing can often be a slower experience.
Clearing Chrome Browser Cache / Data / History
Clearing Firefox Browser Cache / Data / History
Clearing Edge Browser Cache / Data / History
Clearing Internet Explorer Browser Cache / Data / History
Clearing Safari Browser Cache / Data / History