Do you want to clear cache history and all other data of your Microsoft Edge browser because you're just freeing up the storage and making the system run faster?
Then you're at the right place; I will tell you how to clear it and whether you need to clear it or not. So let's get started.
First, look at how to clear, then will discuss other things:
How To Clear Cache Microsoft Edge [Desktop]1) Open Microsoft Edge Browser.
2) Click on the three dots icon from the top right corner.
5) Click on three dots from the pop-up, and select the clear browsing history option.
6) From the pop window, select any of this or multiple of these option: browsing history, download history, cookies and other site data, cache images and files, etc.
Now, click on the clear option to delete your selected things.
How To Clear Cache Microsoft Edge [Mobile]1) Open Microsoft Edge Browser App.
2) Tap on the three dots icon from the bottom of the app.
3) From the pop-up menu, tap on the settings icon.
4) Under settings, tap on the "Privacy and Security" option.
5) Tap on the clear browsing data.
6) Select any of these or multiple of this option: browsing history, download history, cookies and other site data, cache images and files, etc.
7) Tap on the drop-down icon to select the time range. Select the time range for which you want to clear the data.
That's it; now tap on the clear button to clear everything you have selected.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Question)1) What is Browser History?
Ans: Browsing history is nothing but the history of all the websites or pages that you have visited using that browser.
2) What are Cache, and is it a good idea to erase them?
Ans: Cache is the files made by the website every time you visit it. The website stores all your data from the browser, giving you a better experience when you revisit it.
It also stores the login information. If you revisit the website, you won't need to enter the credentials again. How cool is that? But what if you clear it?
If you're thinking of deleting it. Then it's your call because some cookies might take more storage, and you want the system to run smoothly. So yeah, cookies may slow down the performance of the browser and PC, but not drastically.
But what if you clear it? What would happen? Nothing, just slow website loading, and some credential stored by the website will be erased; only this will happen. Are you ready for this?
For what? To enter the credential manually and slow experience, then it's ok.
If it takes more storage, then consider deleting it because it slows down the browser and sometimes your system.
But if it is much less, don't clear it, as it is not worth clearing.
What about my password? Don't worry. Another suggestion is to use a tool like Nordpass, which stores your password with hard encryption, so you don't have to worry again if you ever delete anything on your browser. Nordpass will suggest the password as chrome.
3) How To Clear Cache Using Shortcut Key?
Ans: There is no shortcut key to clear the cache in Microsoft Edge, but you can type in this URL edge://settings/clearBrowserData in the URL box to directly jump to the cache page to clear it.
ConclusionClearing the cache of all other data is a good idea when they're taking more storage, and you don't need that data as it's optional. But if the data is crucial for you, don't clear it; try to avoid it as much as possible.
After reading this, I hope you can clear the cache of the Microsoft Edge Browser. If you have any questions or have difficulties clearing the cache, please leave them in the comments section. I will undoubtedly respond to your inquiry.
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