In computing, the cache memory is very vital, as user data is stored so the computer has a memory of that information making it readily available for the user without having to enter it again.

Cache makes user search smooth, and provides other data based on user preference assumed from saved data. While this is beneficial, it can accumulate over time and take up an unusual amount of space in your device disrupting your system performance.

Clearing your cache periodically is a good practice to ensure your system runs smoothly and efficiently. There are various ways to clear your cache, and we'll go over a few in this guide.

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