Clear Cache on Google Chrome

Clear Cache on Chrome Broswer across various devices like Android, Windows, Mac and iPhone iOS. Delete Cache to solve all the issues.

Decisively the Chrome Browser by Google is the most popular and powerful Web Utility tool for Android. With over a 1.5 Billion downloads worldwide the Web tool holds the largest market share in the browsing segment. Google regularly updates the Browser with the latest security features to keep the user data and privacy safe from invaders. The App is curated with a high level of atomic data which is capable of blocking dangerous sites. The Browser has a very clean design and supports almost all video formats and media files. The App uses Google’s own solid Blink Engine which also powers other hot Internet Portals.

The App is available for all the popular operating systems and has speed incomparable with any available counterpart. Many times you may face issues with the Chrome Browser due to an unnecessary manifest from cached data stored. Today in this I will tell you how you can clear the cache of Google Chrome across various devices like Windows, Mac and Android.

Features of Google Chrome

  • Inbuild Intrusive Adblocking
  • Quick Loading and fast processing
  • Built-in Google Translate
  • Safe Browsing and data protection
  • Synchronisation across all the Chrome
  • Offline Web View and Download Manager
  • Data Saver and Incognito Mode

What is Cache?

A small amount of precious memory is used to improve the performance of Apps in the way they load and process faster. This type of data is stored temporarily in a RAM of the device. The Cache stores all the important characteristics of the App to make it work quickly. Cache shortens load times, reduces latency and improves input/output (I/O) thus improves application performance.

Issues Due to Cache Buildup in Chrome Browser

Here are all the issues which you may face due to Cache data problems.

  • Waiting for Cache Error
  • Slow Load of Pages
  • Poor App Response
  • Resolving Host

How to Clear the Cache of Google Chrome?

Cache is an important data stored in RAM which helps in improving the speed and performance of Apps and is needed in all the devices no matter on what OS it runs. Sometimes you may face issues due to Cache data and it becomes important to delete it.

Here are the ways by which you can delete Cache in Chrome Browser on Mobile and Computer PC.

Clear Cache on Chrome for Windows and Mac

1. Open Chrome browser and click on threeMore dots on the right top corner of the browser.

More Tools -> Clear Browsing Data

2. Now open the option Clear Browsing Data…

Clear Cache of Chrome

3. Right Check on the Cached images and files, and clear the data. Done!

Clear DNS Cache Flush on Chrome Browser

This is one of the easiest and most useful fixes to stop some of the major issues.


  • Simply visit the URL ‘chrome://net-internals/#dns‘.
  • Click on Clear Host Cache button next to Host resolver cache.
  • You will notice the websites are working properly.

Clear Cache in Depth on Windows

Run the following commands in the given order in the Command Prompt (to run each command, press ENTER after typing it).

ipconfig /release

ipconfig /all

ipconfig /flushdns

ipconfig /renew

netsh int ip set dns

netsh winsock reset

Clear Cache on Chrome Browser for Android

1. Go to Settings of Android.

2. Here look for option Apps | Manage Apps.

3. Now look for the Chrome App

4. Click on the Storage and Clear Cache.

Alternately you can also Delete the Cache

1. Click on the three dots on right top corner on the Chrome App on iOS and Android.

2. Here click on the Settings.

3. Now open the Privacy option and right check on the Cache image and Files

4. Clear Data. Cheers!

Fix- DNS Server Not Found or Resolving Host Error in Google Chrome

Conclusion: Clear the Cache on Windows, Mac and Android with the simple steps given below. The guide above gives the simple guide to delete cache.

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Nikhil Azza
Nikhil is a Tech Blogger who sometimes loves to write real-life lore. He has been writing content for the past 8 years, with over 1K+ articles written on Android, Mac, iOS, Social Media, Cloud Storage, Software, and General Tech. Know More

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