How to Clear Cache of All Browsers for Windows 10 with One Click

Windows 10, stores significant amounts of cache to make the system faster and more responsive compared to previous versions, this indeed is very efficient if you have tons of Free storage and free ram to work with, or a high performance CPU. Unless you have a considerable amount of free memory, you will eventually run into problems that will slow down your Pc , cause it to lag and maybe even hang if you load it with lot of tasks.

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Windows 10 browser cache is a temporary memory that your computer uses to speed up web browsing by loading previously visited web pages. When someone makes an update to a web page and you go to look at that page you have previously visited your cache loads the old page because that’s what’s saved locally. By clearing the browser’s cache you force your computer to reload all the up-to-date website data from the web server.

As for the browser, no matter it is Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge, the browser cache is able to be cleared thoroughly, even though seldom persons know how to do that. What’s more, for those who use several browsers, to clear each cache is too complicated and troublesome. Is there any way to clear cache with just one-click? The answer is yes. So how to clear cache in ¬†Windows 10? Here I am going to introduce a program that is able to clear them, which name is Tenorshare Windows Care Genius.

This is a professional application to optimize and speed up your personal computer dramatically, and also able to clean up all the junk files for you, even to clear registry that is unnecessary. It supports all Windows systems, including Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP. You can see how to use it as below.
Step 1: Free download Windows Care Genius from its official website Рhttp://www.tenorshare.com  and then install it to your Windows 10 PC.
Step 2: Launch this application from the desktop shortcut or from the Start menu and then you are about to see all the functions of it.
Step 3: Click the System Cleaner with your mouse and then you can see the whole part of this function.
Step 4: Click the “Common Cleaner” option and then you can see the Internet Browsing History.
Step 5: Just choose all of them and then click “Clean” button to begin the cache clear process.
Step 6: Close this Windows Care Genius and then you can continue to use your browser in Windows 10.

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