Stop browser cache, cookies, and history from spoiling your fun; kill them all this way

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Where do you go when you want answers to your questions? You search your browser. There is a lot of information about you stored on the browser you use.

From the websites you visit to your passwords and browsing history, everything is stored on the browser and it remains there occupying valuable storage.

Piling up of these information may lead to your computer becoming frustratingly slow. Therefore, it is always advised to clear or clean your browser's cache, cookies, and history, on a regular basis whether it is Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or any other.For the uninitiated, it can be known that cookies are files created by sites you visit.

This makes your online experience easier. While, cache remembers parts of pages, like images, to help them open faster during your next visit.

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