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How to Clear Cache in Microsoft Edge
If you find that Microsoft Edge is not loading websites as it should, it’s probably due to an overfilled cache, which is where certain parts of every website can be preserved and used again, so you don’t have to re-download them every time you visit the website. Luckily, cleaning out Microsoft Edge’s cache is a painless process.
How to clear your cache in Microsoft Edge with a keyboard shortcut:

1. Open Microsoft Edge, and press CTRL, SHIFT, and DEL simultaneously.

2. In the new pop-up window, untick all boxes except “Cached Images and Files.”

3. Review what's getting deleted and click “Clear Now” to confirm.
Clear the cache through the menu:

1. In Edge, click the three small dots in the top right corner and click “Settings” at the bottom of the dropdown menu.

2. On the left side of the screen, navigate to “Privacy, Search, and Services.” Under the “Clear Browsing Data” section, click “Choose What To Clear.” Untick every box except “Cached Images and Files” and press “Clear Now.”