How To Clear Cookies On Twitch
Last Updated: September 12, 2020
If you can’t open Twitch or watch a broadcast, you should try clearing out your cache and cookies. If you clear out your cache and cookies, the page will load a lot faster. Every browser you use has a folder. In this folder, the browser stores different items and stuff you have downloaded in the past.
These items can range from icons, buttons, to web pages, and more. When you visit Twitch, your browser will save a copy of some of the files of that page. So, the more the cache fills, the slower the page will load.
Since Twitch doesn’t have the option to clear cookies in the UI, you will have to do it from the browser. Of course, you don’t have to clear the cache every time you go to a certain webpage. But, what you should do is clear it out from time to time. This will give your browser enough space to work properly.
Some of the old files that it stores will no longer be of any use. So, that’s why you should refresh it when you can. If you want to know how you can clear out your cache and cookies, you’ve come to the right place. This step-by-step guide will help you do it.
It is pretty easy and you will get the hang of it in a matter of seconds. All you have to do is stick to the steps and you won’t fail. So, without further ado, let’s get right to it. Here is how you can clear out your cookies and cache on your browser.
The first thing you should do is open the browser you regularly use. In this example, we have opened the Chrome browser. Now, what you want to do is press “Shift+CTRL+Delete”. This is the menu that will pop up. This is your browsing data. Here are all the cookies and the cache.
Go to “Advanced”. On the time range option, you can select to clear the cookies from a certain time. For example, you can choose to delete the cookies from the last hour. Or, you can select to delete the oldest ones. To do that go to the “Time Range” drop-down menu and select the time.
Select all the cookies and cache files you want to delete. To do that, click on the empty squares to enable the checkmarks. Here we have enabled the cookies, cache, autofill form data, and site settings. When you are done selecting the files you want to delete, click on “Clear Data”. Now all the cookies and your cache will be cleared out.
That’s it! Now you know how to clear all the cookies on your browser.
Clearing out the cookies on Twitch is a piece of cake. All you have to do is select all the cookies from your browsing data and clear them. As you can see, it will take only a couple of seconds to get it all done. Hopefully, you found this guide helpful.