Whether you want to troubleshoot specific website issues or resolve other problems with your browser, it’s easy to Clear the Cache on your desktop and mobile devices. You can also have the browser automatically delete its cache on every exit. We’ll show you how.
In addition to clearing the cache, you can also delete other browsing data such as site history and cookies. We will cover how to do this in the guide below.
A “Clear browsing data” box will open. Here, you will see a list of items that you can remove from your browser.
First, click the “Time Range” dropdown menu and choose the time period for which you want to clear the cache. Then enable the “Cached images and files” option. Feel free to check other options as well if you want to clear them.
Without prompts, Edge will clear your cache and any other selected items.
If you want Edge to automatically delete your cache every time you exit the browser, on the “Privacy, search, and services” page, select “Choose what to clear each time you close the browser.”
On the “Clear Browsing Data” page, tap the “Time Range” dropdown menu and select the time period you want to clear the cache for. Then turn on the “Cached images and files” option. Feel free to select any other item on the list to remove it.
When you are done, tap on the “Clear data” option. To have Edge automatically delete your browsing data when you exit the browser, then on the “Clear browsing data” screen, turn on the “Clear browsing data on exit” option.