Clear all browser data in Chrome and Firefox


Written by Doug Collins

Open your Google Chrome browser and then open its Settings

Open your Google Chrome browser and then open its Settings. Scroll down till you see Advanced. Click on it.  Scroll down till you see Privacy & Security.
AnandK@TWC

"Advanced" is hard to find.

You must scroll down ALL THE WAY TO THE BOTTOM or you will miss "Advanced"

 

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Scroll down till you see Privacy & Security

Scroll down till you see Privacy & Security.
AnandK@TWC

Use ctrl-F and type "privacy" to quicly find the Privacy and Security section.

Use ctrl-F or hit search magnifying glass and type in "privacy" to quickly find the Privacy and Security section.
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Clear Cookies & Site Data for specific website in Chrome— AnandK@TWC

Clear Cookies & Site Data for specific website in Chrome
AnandK@TWC

MISLEADING: This page does NOT show you how to delete website specific data other than cookies

The instructions allow you to delete only cookies for a specific website.  Therefor the page title is misleading and frustrating for people who want to find out how to clear cached images for example for a specific website.
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WORKS! How to quickly clear application data for a specific site.

 

F12 > Chrome Developer Tools > Application tab > Clear storage in left tree > Select the data items to clear, then click Clear site data.
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This works, but the "Application" tab is hidden depending on your screen width.  If you can't see the Application tab right at the top click on the >> icon and it will be in a menu.

 

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