|Oct 29, 2006, 12:35 PM||#1|
How to delete internet cookies and cache files.
I have iClean on my iMac G5 (PPC) which deletes all the internet files like cookies, cache files, history files, and fixes Alias's (although I'm not sure what this means) and I have just bought a MacBook and wondered if it was possible for me to manually delete all these to stop them taking up space or if I can install the PPC iClean on my MacBook?
|Oct 29, 2006, 12:40 PM||#2|
Safari->"Empty Cache..." will get rid of the cached files (which take up the most room).
Safari->Preferences...->Security->"Show Cookies"->"Remove All" will clear out your cookies.
History->"Clear History" clears your history.
Or you can just enable Safari->Private Browsing each time, and those things will never be saved.
I'm note sure if iClean will or won't run (it probably will, but no promises), but these are simple steps - no real need for a separate app to do them.
Also, Safari->"Reset Safari..." will remove everything - maybe even bookmarks (not sure) so I'm afraid to use that option personally.
You'll be the one moaning for me to give you some. - THC(taken out of context)
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