If you are first time hear about browsing data, cookies and cache, it’s good to have quick info by reading it here.
Finished reading the above topic? Let’s move to the main topic of how to clear Google Chrome browsing data, cookies and cache.
1. Launch Google Chrome. As of this guide date, we are using version Version 105.0.5195.102 (Official Build) (64-bit).
2. Click the 3 dots at the top right of the corner.
3. Click Setting then click Privacy and security.
4. Under the Privacy and security section, click Clear browsing data.
5. You may choose Basic with limited choices or Advanced with more choices. In this user guideline, I’m choosing Advanced.
6. Choose require time range. I choose All time. It means all the above will be completely deleted.
7. Click Clear Data and you are done.
We suggest doing this after you complete the internet browsing activities because it will log out from any account you’re currently login like Gmail, Facebook, Twitter etc.
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