Safari, like other browsers, temporarily saves images and links from the web pages you visit. These files are saved so pages you frequently visit load more quickly.
In this video tutorial we’ll show you how to clear this cache on Safari – helping you delete old files, maintain your privacy, or just clear this data:
- To begin with, open Safari. If you don’t see the Menu Bar at the top of the window, go to the gear-shaped icon and click on “Show menu bar”.
- On the menu bar, click on “Edit” and then on “Empty cache…”
- A warning pop-up window will appear and ask you to confirm that you want the cache to be deleted. Click on “Empty” to finish.
If for any reason you can’t find the menu bar you can always press Crtl + Alt + E to empty the cache. After pressing these keys the pop-up window will also appear.
And that’s it! All the data stored on the cache is now gone!