The Mozilla Firefox browser has a built-in cache in which certain information is stored. If you search for a website from your computer, your unused files and other junk can pile up in a cache.
That’s why it’s important to clear it to free up space for your browser. It is also a good way to keep your computer clean from online threats.
To get started, here’s how to clear Mozilla Firefox‘s cache.
Why You Should Clear Your Browser Cache
According Chrono, there are many reasons why you should start cleaning your browser’s cache.
First of all, clearing the cache can free up considerable space for your browser, which in this case is Mozilla Firefox. By doing so, you can take advantage of the performance speed of your computer by making a slight modification.
You can also easily view the most recent pages on the Internet if your cache has been refreshed. All the information you can browse online will come from updated pages.
Another thing is that it could maintain security on your device. It would protect your privacy from potential hackers and spies. Moreover, it can also fix some errors that you encounter in your browser.
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How to manually clear cache on Mozilla Firefox?
Speak support page from Mozilla Firefox, you can easily clear your browser cache by following these steps.
- First, press the button with three horizontal lines. Click Settings.
- From there, click on Privacy and Security.
- Tap Clear data in the Cookies and site data section.
- Uncheck the Cookies and site data box.
- Now that Cached Web Content is checked, tap Clear.
- Close the preferences page and the changes will now be saved.
How to automatically clear cache in Mozilla Firefox?
Apart from the manual process, you can also do the same automatically in your browser.
- To do this, press the same menu button mentioned earlier.
- Head to Settings and navigate to Privacy & Security.
- Go to the History section.
- In the drop-down menu, you can see custom settings for history. Click on it.
- Check the “Clear history when Firefox closes” box.
- Tap on settings and you can now access clear history settings.
- Check the mark next to the cache. Uncheck the items you don’t want to select.
- Press OK if everything is already set and done.
In March, Tech Times reported that Mozilla Firefox had added two zero-day patches. The fix applies to mobile and desktop browser clients.
Additionally, there is also an extended support version to improve online privacy. Mozilla also rolled out Focus to get rid of existing exploits in the browser.
Installing these updates is important to protect your browser and PC from vulnerabilities.
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