Apple’s exclusive browser offers Mac users to browse through the internet. Just like other browsers Safari also contains internet browsing history and cache record. Internet cache might take up some space and slow down the browsing process.
Safari provides easy ways to clean up the internet cache. It also has some shortcuts to the settings. Let us explain to you how you can clear up Apple’s Safari Cache memory.
Cleaning Apple’s Safari Cache Memory
Here’s how to do it:
- In your MacBook, click on Safari given in the upper left corner and select “Preferences”.
- A new window will appear on the screen that contains all the browser settings. This window looks quite similar to the Firefox one.
- Navigate over to the “Privacy” tab in the Preferences window.
- Here, you will find a button with the “Remove all Website Data” option on it. Click on the button if you are willing to remove all the browsing data along with saved passwords.
- If you are not willing to remove all the cache on Safari, click on the “Details” button and manage data according to space. In this way, you would know which site is taking more space than the other.
- To quickly get rid of the data, click on Safari and then select “Reset Safari”. This will reset the Safari, all the saved data will be lost including passwords and other information.