Microsoft Edge is a proprietary, cross-platform Chromium-based web browser created by Microsoft. Just like other browsers, Edge caches data of the websites you visit which helps in loading the webpage faster the next time you visit it. You can easily clear the cache of the browser from the settings but Edge has an option by which the cache will automatically get cleared. In this read, you will learn how to automatically clear the Microsoft Edge cache on exit.
How to Automatically Clear Microsoft Edge Cache on Exit?
There are many instances when we need to clear the cache and cookies from the web browser whether a site is not working properly or the browser is not loading the pages. Although the cache gets automatically removed after a period of time, Edge allows users to clear them whenever they close the browser and in this article, we have added the steps by which you can do it.
Delete Cache every time you close the browser
Follow the below steps to clear the cache every time you close the Microsoft Edge browser on your PC.
1. Open the Microsoft Edge browser on your PC.
2. Click on the three-dots icon at the top and select Settings.
3. Tap on Privacy, search, and services from the left sidebar.
4. Scroll down and tap on Choose what to clear every time you close the browser under the Clear browsing data section. Alternatively, type edge://settings/clearBrowsingDataOnClose in the address bar and hit enter to visit the same page.
5. On the next screen, turn on the toggle next to Cached images and files.
So, these are the steps by which you can automatically clear the Microsoft Edge cache on exit. I hope you find this article helpful; if you did, share it with your friends and family.
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