HTTP status codes are standard response codes given by website servers. They help to identify the cause of the problem when a web page or other resource does not load correctly. 404 Not Found is the one of the most common status code.
A Web Browser is a software application which helps us to explore any website on the internet. Any website is made up of various web pages and different kinds of files. A browser, such as Google Chrome, Firefox, etc., help in putting together these web files and presenting nicely in front of us, so that we understand everything.
Internet cookies, also commonly known as Browser Cookies or HTTP Cookies are the piece of information that a website saves on your computer. Hit a combination of keys on computer keypad as Ctrl+Shift+Del on Windows or command+shift+delete on macOS and select cookies option and clear data
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.
URL is an acronym for Universal Resource Locator. A URL has two main components which are separated by a colon, the protocol identifier and the resource name. The protocol identifier indicates which protocols are to be used to fetch the required resource, for example, HTTP or HyperText Transfer Protocol.
If you download multiple files from Google Chrome Browser, chances are, you are creating a path for the transfer of harmful viruses, malware etc. to your computer. For example, you may have witnessed an extra file getting downloaded along with files that you set for download. Some of these unwanted files can carry harmful objects with them. And hence, it is imperative to know about the stuff being downloaded and ways to deal with it.