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The quickest method to clear the cache in any browser is by hitting combination of keys on keyboard as Ctrl+Shift+Del on Windows OS or command+shift+delete on macOS. However, there is also set of easy steps on different browsers for clearing the cache. Let’s learn how to clear cache in different browsers.
Google Chrome Task Manager provides a list of all the active web pages in your browser, along with the details about each. The details include statistics like the network usage, amount of memory and CPU being used by a site or process. Through the Task Manager, you can get to know about the webpage that is hogging and causing a problem as it shows the extension of such a page. Once identified, such web pages can easily be killed.
Has it ever happened to you that you lent your computer to someone for a short time and when you got it back, the settings in your Google Chrome Browser were in a mess? They might have logged you out of your e-mail, social network or website accounts and signed-in to theirs, or, might have searched words that now show up as suggested searches when you use your browser.
Would you like it if you had to log in to your frequently visited websites each time you visit it? Or if your saved items in an online shopping cart were dumped each time you shut the site? No right!? This is precisely the reason why cookies are an essential part of your web browser. But occasionally you may like to clear cache and cookies in Chrome. Why? Reason is simple as they are stored on your hard drive and could pose security breach in near future.
Google Chrome has a secret mode which is also known as Incognito mode. This mode is not enabled by default. Chrome incognito mode allows you to browse secretly, without getting your browsing history saved in the browser. You can turn on this mode on your iPad while surfing the internet.