Slow Computer Performance? Clear Browser Cache - Delete Browser Cache

Is your computer running too slow? Does your computer take ages to open just a simple webpage? When was the last time you cleared your browser Cache?
In today’s basic computer skills training, we’ll be studying how to clear Browser Cache and the steps to help you delete your browser Cache yourself (Internet Explorer). Lot’s of people that are still struggling with their computer basics hardly know the importance of clearing browser Cache periodically. But if I may ask, do you know how to clear your cache?

I hope you’re aware that when you use a web browser to view web pages on the internet, these files are automatically saved on your computer? These are commonly known as browser cache or temporary internet files. Am sure you’ve heard before?

Every browser use’s a different location on your personal computer to save its ‘Cache’, and each browser has its own way of clearing this cache. If these aren’t cleaned out on a regular basis, they can consume a large amount of space on your personal computer!

In our basic computer skills lesson today, I’ll show you a simple step by step method to delete Browser Cache if you are using Internet Explorer. I don’t know which browser you are using, but most likely, you may be using Internet Explorer. But if you are not using this one, don’t worry; in our next basic computer skills lesson, we’ll be discoursing the simple steps to delete Browser Cache in Firefox and Opera.

How To Clear Browser Cache: If you are using Internet Explorer To Speed Up Your Computer Performance:

The first step in clearing the cache/temporary internet files for Internet Explorer is to open a browser window, and select ‘Tools’ from the top menu and then select ‘Internet Options’ (that should be the last item you’ll see there).

Once this window loads up on your computer, we are looking for the ‘Delete Files’ button. Can you see it?

Click this button then tick the box ‘Delete all offline content’, then click Ok. This can take a while to process if there are a lot of files to delete. Once done, click ‘Ok’ and close the control panel window.

Have you seen how easy it is to delete browser Cache in Internet Explorer? Am sure you didn’t think it’ll be this easy? Did you? Ok! Let's carry on!

After you’ve cleared your browser Cache, you should notice a significant amount of changes in your computer speed. Your computer performance should improve a lot. Hence the need to regularly clear your browser Cache. On that note, we conclude our free basic computer training lesson today on how to delete browser Cache if you are using Internet Explorer to enhance your computer speed and performance.

In our next free basic computer skills training lesson, we’ll be discoursing how to clear browser Cache if you are using Firefox or Opera. I hope you enjoyed it. If you can’t wait till then, why not sign up to have our entire computer training lessons delivered to your chosen email address? Have a nice day!