Each browser handles clearing the cache data differently. As in Windows each browser on Apple devices has it's own place to store the cache data. Here we show you, step by step, how to delete the cached files in the Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera browsers.
To delete the browser cache in your Google Chrome browser on a Mac please follow one of these instructions.1. Using the keyboard-shortcut
To delete the cache on a Mac in the Firefox browser, please do the following:
If you want to delete the browser cache in Safari, you can do that quickly with a keyboard shortcut or through the developer menu.
Apple makes it easy: Deleting Safari's Browser cache through a keyboard shortcut
The fastest way to clear your cache is to use following shortcut: [CMD] + [ALT] + [E].
In the Opera browser, you can delete the cache quite easily. Follow this step by step guide to find the options.1. Using the keyboard-shortcut
Use CleanMyMac X instead of doing the dull routine over and over again. It will notify you when it’s time to clean. All you need to do is click a single button.