Clearing Internet Cache

After clearing the internet cache, it is best to quit out of the browser and then relaunch the browser.


  1. Launch Chrome
  2. Click the menu button (the three dots in the top right corner)
  3. Hover over More Tools
  4. Click Clear Browsing Data
  5. Select Advanced
  6. In the Time Range: menu, select All time.
  7. Check Cookies and other site data and Cached images and files
  8. Click the Clear Data button and wait for the clear browsing data window to close
  9. Exit Chrome


  1. Launch Microsoft Edge.
  2. Go to Settings.
  3. Click Privacy.
  4. Click Clear browsing data.
  5. Select Ctrl+Shift+Del.
  6. Exit Edge.

You can also type edge://settings/clearbrowserdata in your address bar for Edge to access this function.


  1. Launch Firefox
  2. Click the menu button in the top right corner.
  3. Click on Preferences
  4. Click Privacy & Security
  5. Click clear your recent history located under the History section
  6. Expand the Details section and select Cookies and Cache
  7. In the Time Range to Clear: drop down, select Everything
  8. Click Clear Now
  9. Exit Firefox


  1. Launch Safari
  2. Click on Safari
  3. Click on Preferences
  4. Select the Privacy tab
  5. Click on Manage Website Data...
  6. Wait for the list to populate and select Remove All
  7. Click Done
  8. Click on Safari
  9. Click on Quit Safari

Clearing Cache for Individual Sites

If you wish to clear cache for a single website instead of for the entire browser, you can do so by using your browser's Developer Tools. Most browsers allow you to access Developer tools by pressing the F12 key while on the site you wish to clear cache for. The ability to clear cache for the site will be located in the Storage tab in Firefox or the Application tab in Chrome/Microsoft Edge. Instructions for Safari are available here. The video below provides additional details for Firefox and Chrome-based browsers.