Your Google Chrome can accumulate a lot of temporary files over time. These files are a copy of the website you visited.
Your browser will store these files in order for it to load the site faster the next time you visit them. If you own a website and just recently updated it, your Google Chrome will often still load the old version of your website.
These old files need to be cleared. It is very safe to delete these files as this will not affect your browser functionality at all.
To delete your Google Chrome cache. Follow these simple steps:
1. Click the 3 dots on the upper right corner of your Google Chrome:
2. On the dropdown menu go to History > History
3. On the next window, click the “Clear browsing data” on the left side
4. On the popup window, select the time range and hit the “clear data” button