Clear browsing data on Chrome

By Patrick Stafford
Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Tech TricksEvery so often you may want to clear the browsing data on your particular browser, such as Firefox or Internet Explorer. But if you’re using Chrome it might not be as easy to find.


To clear it, click on the wrench icon on the top-right corner of the screen, then on “tools”, and then on “clear browsing data”.

In the window, you’ll have the option to decide how much browsing data you want to delete – either for a few hours or all of it – and which particular files you want.

If you want to download your browsing history and download history, you can do so without clearing your saved passwords, autofill form data and emptying the cache.
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