Deleting the Google Chrome cache

The cache consists of space on your hard drive where data such as images, usernames, password etc. are collected during your internet browsing.
The cache is designed to make your internet browsing faster and easier.

Occasionally, however, when on our site, certain obsolete stored data in your cache can create problems with loading or connection.
It is therefore necessary to clear your browser cache from time to time.
Here’s how to do it:

Clearing the Google Chrome cache

Open Chrome on your computer. At the top right, click on the icon with 3 small vertical points. Click next on “More tools” then “Clear browsing data.” At the top of the window, select a time range. To delete everything, select “All time.”
Check the boxes by “Cookies and other site data” and “Cached images and files,” then click “Clear data.”

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