Delete temp files from Chrome browser

Delete temp files Google Chrome.

Deleting temporary files in Google Chrome can offer several benefits:
  1. Freeing up disk space: Temporary files, also known as cache files, are created by Chrome to store website data, images, scripts, and other elements of visited web pages. Over time, these files can accumulate and take up a significant amount of disk space on your device. Deleting them helps free up storage space, allowing your computer to run more efficiently.
  2. Improving browser performance: As the cache files grow larger, it can impact the performance of your browser. Deleting temporary files can help improve Chrome's speed and responsiveness by reducing the amount of data it needs to load and process when accessing web pages.
  3. Resolving website issues: In some cases, website display or functionality issues can be caused by corrupted or outdated cache files. Deleting temporary files can resolve these issues by forcing Chrome to retrieve fresh data from the websites you visit.
  4. Privacy and security: Temporary files may contain sensitive information, such as browsing history, cookies, or website data that could potentially be accessed by others. Deleting these files helps protect your privacy by removing stored data that could be used to track your online activities or compromise your security.

It's important to note that clearing temporary files will sign you out of websites and remove any locally stored website data, such as login credentials or preferences. However, the process can provide a cleaner browsing experience, improve performance, and enhance your privacy and security.

This command deletes the temporery files from Chrome browser.

del /f /q "C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Cache\Cache_data"

To download the command click here.
Once downlod complete, import it throw the import option in the Custom command section.

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