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Managing Cache and Cookies in Safari

Last Updated: Fri, 17 Jun 2016 > Related Articles

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Summary

Learn how to manage cookies and cache in the Safari Web broswer for Mac.

Solution

Need to clear your cache to improve your computer's performance? Want to control who leaves cookies on your machine when you visit specific sites? Learn how to allow and deny cookies, and how to clear your cache in Safari for Mac using the steps below.
 

Cox does not support all browsers. The following information is for reference only. For specific information on using Safari, visit Apple.com.
 

How do I clear my browser cache? 

Learn to clear your browser cache in Safari.

1

Click Safari, and then in the drop-down menu click Preferences.

2

Click the Privacy tab, and then click Remove All Website Data.

3

Click Remove Now, and close the window by clicking the red dot icon in the upper left-hand corner.

How do I remove specific cookies from certain web sites? 

Learn to remove unwanted cookies using Safari.

1

Click Safari, and then in the drop-down menu click Preferences.

2

Click the Privacy tab, and then click Details.

3

Select the cookies you want to delete, and then click Remove.

How do I reset my browser to default settings? 

Learn to remove customizations in Safari.

1

Click Safari, then in the drop-down menu click Reset Safari.

2

On the Reset Safari window, put a check in the box next to each item you want to reset.

3

After making all your choices, click the Reset button, and then your browser will automatically restart.

Note: After clicking Reset, your previous settings are lost and are not recoverable.


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