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What is Chrome cache?

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Chrome cache refers to specific elements of webpages that are saved after being accessed through the Chrome Internet browser. The Chrome browser saves those elements to speed up the page loading during future visits.

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What is Chrome cache?
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Chrome cache can be deleted by accessing the Chrome menu, which is located on the toolbar of the browser. Selecting Tools leads to the Clear Browsing Data option. This allows deletion of the entire cache, browsing and download history, in addition to cookies, saved passwords and any autofill data. There is an option to choose a time period that should be deleted. Typing "chrome://cache/" into the address bar displays the contents of the cache.

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