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You can clear your Chrome history and cache by
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<i>Google Chrome Version 3 and below</i><br>
 
# Clicking on the '''Tools''' menu (Looks like a wrench, upper right of screen)
 
# Clicking on the '''Tools''' menu (Looks like a wrench, upper right of screen)
 
# Selecting '''Clear Browsing Data'''
 
# Selecting '''Clear Browsing Data'''
 
# Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
 
# Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
 
# Clicking on '''Clear Browsing Data'''
 
# Clicking on '''Clear Browsing Data'''
 
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<i>Google Chrome Version 4</i><br>
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# Clicking on the '''Tools''' menu (Looks like a wrench, upper right of screen)
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# Selecting '''Options
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#Selecting the '''Personal Stuff''' tab
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#Selecting '''Clear Browsing Data''' below
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# Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
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# Clicking on '''Clear Browsing Data'''
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<i>Google Chrome Version 5</i><br>
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# Clicking on the '''Tools''' menu (Looks like a wrench, upper right of screen)
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# Selecting '''Options
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#Selecting the '''Under the Hood''' tab
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#Selecting '''Clear Browsing Data''' below
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# Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
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# Clicking on '''Clear Browsing Data'''
 
<gallery perRow="4">
 
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Image:Chrome1.jpg
 
Image:Chrome1.jpg

Revision as of 15:13, 26 February 2010

Google Chrome Version 3 and below

  1. Clicking on the Tools menu (Looks like a wrench, upper right of screen)
  2. Selecting Clear Browsing Data
  3. Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
  4. Clicking on Clear Browsing Data



Google Chrome Version 4

  1. Clicking on the Tools menu (Looks like a wrench, upper right of screen)
  2. Selecting Options
  3. Selecting the Personal Stuff tab
  4. Selecting Clear Browsing Data below
  5. Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
  6. Clicking on Clear Browsing Data



Google Chrome Version 5

  1. Clicking on the Tools menu (Looks like a wrench, upper right of screen)
  2. Selecting Options
  3. Selecting the Under the Hood tab
  4. Selecting Clear Browsing Data below
  5. Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
  6. Clicking on Clear Browsing Data