How to clear cache on Chrome [Fast]

Brushkite is a web application that runs on a web browser [Chrome, Edge, Firefox etc].

The browser stores graphic images (such as buttons and icons), photo’s, and even entire web pages as saved or cached items. When visiting a webpage or a web application your browser checks the cache to see if a copy of the files is already cached. If so, it will save the visitor some downloading and make webpages load faster. Some browsers refer to it’s cach as Temporary Internet Files.

Brushkite often comes with regular updates or releases. To test the new updates you need to clear the browser cache before loading the application from the URL.

Lets explore the best ways to clear cache from the browser.

Cache Clearing

Install Clear Cache Chrome Extension [Fast Way]

Visit [Clear Cache Extension] page

Click on the Add to Chrome button to install.

Next, click on the Add extension button.

Once it installs it will redirect to a new page – chrome-extension://cppjkneekbjaeellbfkmgnhonkkjfpdn/options.html

Select only Cache.

Then select Time Period as Last Week or Last Month depending upon how frequently you use the Brushkite app.

Done.

Note: You can select “Automatically reload active tab after clearing data” if you wish to reload the page after clearing the cache.

Hit the clear cache button whenever you need to clear the browser cache 🙂

Once setup it is super easy. Just a button click.

Manually Clear Cache [Hard Way]

  1. On the browser toolbar, click the Chrome menu icon.
  2. Select the More Tools link.
  3. Select the Clear browsing data link.
  4. In the data drop-down menu, select the time range where you want to clear browsing data.
  5. Select the Cookies and other site and plug-in data and Cached images and files checkboxes.
  6. Click the Clear Browsing Data button.

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