How to Clear Specific Website Cache in Google Chrome
Even though it burdens the browser, cache can function as a feature to save internet bandwidth by storing some website content offline so it can load faster.
Instead of clearing cache on all websites, You can clear cache on certain websites only.
That way the internet quota doesn’t automatically become wasteful and other web loading remains fast. Here’s the guide for Android and PC.
Notes: Until now there was no way to clear just the cache. The tutorial below will also delete other information such as cookies, permissions and other configurations.
#1 Deleting the cache of certain websites Chrome Android
1. Start the browser Google Chrome then tap three vertical dots icon in the top right corner.
2. Select Settings.
3. Search Site settings.
4. Tap an option All sites.
5. Find the website address that you want to clear the cache then select it.
6. Tap Erase & reset.
7. Select Erase & reset for confirmation.
The deletion process usually takes a relatively short time depending on the size of the website’s data (cache, cookies, permissions, and so on).
# 2 Clearing the cache of certain Chrome Android websites
1. Click the icon three vertical dots then choose Settings.
2. Scroll down and click Advanced.
3. Search the menu Site Settings.
4. Select View permissions and data stored across sites.
5. Find the website that you want to delete data from, then click on the website.
6. Click the button Clear data.
7. Confirm with a click Wipe.
Websites that have cleared their cache will be slightly slower when reopened. However, this is only temporary and will recover during the next visit.
That’s how to clear the cache on certain websites on the Android and desktop (PC) versions of Google Chrome.