When you visit a web page, that page and all of its associated files (scripts, images, etc.) are stored in a special folder known as the browser's cache.
This makes visiting the same page again at a later time faster because the browser can load these items from the cache instead of from the web.
But over time, the cache gets packed with thousands of files, many of which may become corrupted. This leads to poor or unexpected browser performance and maybe even system crashes.
In order to prevent these problems, you need to manually clear out your browser's cache on a regular basis, say once a week.
The steps involved with clearing the cache vary from browser
to browser. You can find step-by-step instructions for
your browser by clicking on the "Help" link.
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