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You can clear your Safari history and cache by
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==Windows==
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You can clear your Safari history and cache by:
 
# Clicking on the '''Tools''' menu (Looks like a gear, upper right of screen)
 
# Clicking on the '''Tools''' menu (Looks like a gear, upper right of screen)
 
# Selecting '''Reset Safari'''
 
# Selecting '''Reset Safari'''
 
# Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
 
# Selecting everything except saved passwords (unless you would like them cleared)
 
# Clicking on '''Reset'''
 
# Clicking on '''Reset'''
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==Mac==
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You can clear your Safari history and cache by:
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#With Safari open, click the '''Safari''' menu
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#Select the '''Empty Cache''' option and click '''Empty'''
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#Go back to the '''Safari''' menu and click '''Preferences'''
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#Select the '''Security''' option and then select '''Bookmarks'''
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#Click '''Show Cookies'''
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#Click '''Remove All''' and then '''Done'''
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Revision as of 17:18, 5 April 2010

Windows

You can clear your Safari history and cache by:

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

Mac

You can clear your Safari history and cache by:

  1. With Safari open, click the Safari menu
  2. Select the Empty Cache option and click Empty
  3. Go back to the Safari menu and click Preferences
  4. Select the Security option and then select Bookmarks
  5. Click Show Cookies
  6. Click Remove All and then Done