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How to Remove Cache/Cookies for a Single Site on Google Chrome


You will be forgiven to have been scratching your head while trying to figure out how to remove cache/cookies for a single site from Google Chrome web browser. Google for some reason has decided to bury it deep down into settings. It’s a few steps and you will have a hard time looking it up unless you know where to look for it.

Let us show you how to remove cache/cookies for a single site on Google Chrome.

Chrome Settings

Scroll down for a video tutorial of how to do this.

First of all, head over to Chrome Settings from the three horizontal lines you can see at the very right of your Chrome toolbar. From there, scroll down and click “Show advanced settings.”

A few more settings will show up. When they do, click the button under “Privacy” header called “Clear browsing data”. Don’t worry, it will not delete anything right away. A pop up will show up.

In that pop up’s footer, you’ll see a link that says “content settings”. Click that and then click “All cookies and site data”.

This will load a list of all sites that have stored cookies on your browser. You can then use the search feature to look up the website you’re trying to delete cookies of, and then use the cross icon (x) to the right of the list to remove them.

When done, keep clicking Done until you’re back at the settings page.

Video Tutorial

As you can see, it’s easy to remove cookies on a site-by-site basis, but it’s buried down deep into a number of settings. Now that you’ve figured out how to do that, share this post to let your friends know about it too!

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