Browser caches

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Every time you use your web browser, your computer collects information about how you use it as well as generating local copies of files and documents you have viewed. This information is stored in folders on your hard drive and can be accessed by navigating to that folder or using a viewing utility within the web browser itself. Items that are stored include the cookies that the site you visit creates to store your preferences or login information, image files, html pages, PDF documents and even video files. In short, anything that you can access through the internet. While this automatic caching can be convenient, as it helps increase the speed of the page loading on your next visit, it's also a major privacy risk.

There are two ways to take control of the browser cache. You can either periodically delete all the stored files or you can disable the caching completely in your browser. This guide is going to explain how to achieve either method in all the popular browsers.

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