Clearing the Mac Google Chrome Cache
fixed1t Google Chrome Cache Deleter
If your looking for how to go about clearing the Mac Google Chrome Cache, this fixed1t program deletes the google chrome cache to the Mac Trash or Wastebasket, it then asks if the user wants a 'standard empty' or 'secure empty and does it.
I created this program as I was updating web pages only to discover when I when viewed the pages using Google Chrome the old pages were still there although I had deleted them off my server. What was worse was that zipped software files I was updating for users were not being downloaded by users and the original software copy was being given to them by the google cache when they tried to download the new version.
I tried using the Google Chrome preferences to delete the cache when I started doing my own testing after user issues and discovered it didn't always appear to work. Others also reported the same issue online.
Therefore I created this large hammer cache deleter which works in three steps
1) It quits and closes Google Chrome
2) It physically carries the cache folder and dumps it in the Mac Trash or Wastebasket
3) It asks if the user wants a 'standard empty' or 'secure empty' and does it
Its that simple and works in seconds. Please be aware that this will permanently delete anything in your Trash or Wastebasket and that if you have very slow internet access it will slow down your browsing as the pages and items will need to be reloaded. For me getting rid of the cache outweighs any speed issues.
There is a simple tutorial:
If you would like a 3 day trial click on the email link below:
Send your email to: fixed1t Google Chrome Cache Deleter Trial
When you've used this a few times, I hope you'll be willing to purchase an unlimited copy for just £10 UK pounds using the PayPal Buy Now below or go back to the software page and ADD TO CART.
Please be aware, I hand build a personalised copy with the latest software here in the UK on receipt of clearance from Paypal, so there may be a slight delay in your receiving a copy.
This is not an 'old version' automated software delivery service.