Most system caches do not require regular clearing, but the Quick Look cache on macOS can leak previews of files from encrypted disks and need regular purging.
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Flushing the DNS cache on a Mac is as easy as running a command through the Terminal window.
Have you ever tried to access a website only to get the error “Service is Unavailable?” Here are some ways for you to access a web page when it is down.
Sometimes the easiest way to speed up your Mac is by clearing the cache and RAM contents. Best of all, you can use the purge command to do so. Here’s how.
Looking to reduce the image size of your site? Try Optimus for WordPress to optimize your uploaded images.
When you update Windows it caches the installation files. However, they can take up valuable space. Here’s how to delete the Windows 10 update cache.
Windows icon cache speeds up the appearance of icons on your computer. Sometimes the cache can get corrupted. Here’s how to repair a broken icon cache.
The latest version of Safari on Mac allows you to clean the cache files individually instead of removing all browsing data. Here’s how to enable and use it.
If you are looking to free up your phone’s storage space, here is how you can move offline music to an SD card in Spotify for Android
If you often have to share a computer, you may wish to automatically clear data when you quit the browser. Here’s how you can do that in Chrome & Firefox.
If you are running low on hard disk space, you can clear Spotify cache to free up some space. Here is how you can do so in Windows, Mac and Linux.
How do you free up space on your Mac’s hard drive? There are plenty of Mac apps available to clean your hard drive, but most are advanced and the majority are not free. Here is a simple way that you quickly scan your hard drive and delete unnecessary cache files in one click. Check it out!
When maintaining a WordPress website, the speed at which it loads is super important. Not only for the visitor, but also for SEO. Google and other search engines do grade your site on loading speed. One remedy to help the load speed of your WordPress site is to set up a cache. What a cache […]
KDE icons are generally very easy to customize, and there is a complete graphical interface in System Settings for choosing an icon theme or installing a new one. One thing you might notice, however, is that the standard KDE tray icons are all monochrome. When you start using non-KDE apps or lesser-known KDE apps that […]
Nope. I am not referring to cleaning up your virus-infected phone, but if you are looking to clean up your cache and history to free up the storage space and system resources, 1-Click Cleaner allows you to do so easily. Regardless how big the storage space you have in your Android phone, if you do […]
From the visitors point of view, light and speedy websites are more likable than the heavy and slow ones because the former will help visitors save money and time. Having a lighter site will also give benefits to the owner as it reduces the storage size and traffic bandwidth that he/she has to pay. Even […]
Seasoned WordPress users will have no problem finding and installing the plugins they need, but for newbies, or inspiring bloggers to be, finding the right plugins can be a daunting task. To help new WordPress users to get use to their blogs quickly, here are 9 plugins that I would strongly recommend any new user […]
Being the brain of the computer, the CPU plays a very important role in determining the performance of the system. Unfortunately, when it comes to choosing the best CPU, you will probably feel like a lost sheep. With different brands, models, speeds and specifications to choose from, it can really be a difficult task to […]