Q: "How do I clear cache in Safari now? "
found the answer.
Message was edited by: Lisa Hodgen
This question is from Apple Communities and the answer is as below.
A: You can enable the Develop menu to clear the cache if you don't want to clear your history...
From your Safari menu bar click Safari > Preferences then select the Advanced tab.
Select: Show Develop menu in menu bar
Now from the menu bar click Develop > Empty Caches
Of course it's correct as it's the normal way that used by many Mac users. However, it is not vivid. Let's make it more concise, clear and illustrated and you can learn the general way, shortcut to clear all the caches or clear cache for a specific website.
How to clear cache in Safari on Mac? Here I introduce three common methods to help you clear all Safari caches, the keyboard shortcut to wipe all the safari caches and clear a single website cache in Safari.
This is the general way to clear cache safari. You can see the detailed steps below.
When you have enabled the Develop menu, you can clear up safari cache much faster by pressing Command+Option+E on your keyboard.
Sometimes, if you don't want to clear all Safari caches and just need to delete cache for a specific page or several pages, you can press Shift key and click on the page in Safari to force refresh this page.
How to clear Safari cache on iPhone/iPad? For safari cache delete, you can follow the instructions below to clear all caches in Safari on your iPhone or iPad.