The basic function of a browser is to connect to a website’s server, download internet files and display them to the users. And, in order to do so, every browser maintains a temporary internet files folder- browser cache. It stores web pages, images, CSS, audio, video and other downloaded content which helps in faster display of web pages the next time you visit those websites.
The steps shown here will apply to the latest versions of Google Chrome. However, the steps should be almost similar to whatever version you may be using.
Navigate to Tools -> Clear browsing data. If you love keyboard shortcuts you can use the Ctrl + Shift + Delete combination and ignore Step 1 and Step 2.
Since we are concerned with browse cache, tick mark the option reading Empty the cache and uncheck all others. In order to clear cache completely we suggest that you select beginning of time from the drop down. Click on Clear browsing data when done.