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This page will guide you through clearing the cache on your Mac’s Safari 10 browser. You might want to do this if you’re experiencing intermittent issues with your browser.
Note: Safari 10 is the newest version of the browser and was first launched with macOS 10.12 Sierra in 2016. If you’re on an older version of Mac OS X, you might also have an older version of Safari.
If you’re looking to clear the cache on a different version of Safari or another browser entirely, kindly refer to one of our guides below:
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To clear the cache on your Safari 10 browser, follow the steps below.
(These instructions are made using Apple’s Safari version 10.0.1 on macOS Sierra)
Step 1: Get Started
Open Safari on your Mac computer.
Once your browser is open, navigate to the Mac menu bar.
Click Safari and select Clear History.
Step 2: Clearing Cache
Select the duration you would like to clear, and click on Clear History.
Note: We recommend you to select all history for the clear duration. This is necessary to completely clear your cache.
Alternative Method: You can also clear the browser’s cache and website data by clicking on the History tab from your Safari’s menu bar and selecting Clear History.
Note: The above steps will not remove any saved passwords.
Step 3: Cache Cleared
Congratulations! You’ve now successfully cleared all your Safari’s cookies & cache data from your Mac!
Note: If you do not see any difference, kindly restart your browser.
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