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This page will guide you through clearing the cache on your Mac’s Safari 5 browser. You might want to do this if you’re experiencing intermittent issues with your browser.
Note: Safari 5 was first launched with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion in 2010. If you’re on a newer version of Mac OS X, you might also have a newer version of Safari.
If you’re looking to clear the cache on a different version of Safari or another browser entirely, kindly refer to one of our guides below:
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To clear the cache on your Safari 5 browser, follow the steps below.
(These instructions are made using Apple’s Safari version 5.1.5 on Mac OS X Lion)
Step 1: Getting Started
Open Safari on your Mac computer.
Once your browser is open, navigate to the Mac menu bar.
Click Safari and select Empty Cache.
Step 2: Clearing Cache
Safari will now prompt you with a message “Are you sure you want to empty the cache?“.
Click Empty to proceed.
Step 3: Cache Cleared
Congratulations! You’ve now successfully cleared all your Safari’s cookies & cache data from your Mac!
Note: If you do not see any difference, kindly restart your browser.
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