Chrome: Quickly delete browsing data

Chrome, like any other modern browser, uses a cache to store your browsing data. This cache is used as a temporary storage for all kinds of files that are created when you open pages and applications in your browser.

Ο Google Chrome stores many different types of data and information by default and does not delete most of this data.Chrome

So it is up to the user of the browser itself to delete his browsing data if needed.

Deleting browsing data is beneficial in many cases.

Developers may need to do so when working on pages to see changes rather than them cached files. But each of us can benefit from freeing the storage or deleting cookies and other data that can be used to track users.

So what data can be deleted in Google Chrome?

Browsing and download history.
Saved pictures and files.
Cookies and site data such as temporary app data, SQL database data, database index data.
Passwords.
Autocomplete form data.
Hosted apps.
Multimedia licenses.

How to Clear Chrome Browsing Data Very Quickly

You have two main options to quickly clear your browsing data in Google Chrome using native features.

1: Open the internal address:

chrome: // settings / clearBrowserData

All you need to do is modify the available options to configure which data you do not need or delete with the Clear data browsing button.

2: Shortcut Ctrl-Shift-Del

The second option is even quicker. Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-Del to open the browse cleaning data menu. Set the options as desired, and then simply press the delete key.

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