Mac updating boot caches
But if you need more precision, here’s how to empty cache on Safari browser: Make sure you close/quit the browser and restart it after clearing cache.Cache clearing can take awhile, so you can try clearing your local DNS cache to speed it up.
Here’s how to clear browser cache in Chrome manually: and limit the cache size in MB.
Go with the default amount of 350 MB, which is enough for most users' needs.
Safari is a little trickier than the rest of the browsers.
You could remove caches together with all the other website history through History — Clear History in menu bar.
For instance, Safari will download images on a webpage into cache so that next time you visit the site you don’t have to download the images again. We’re going to show you the main types of cache files and how much space you could free up by clearing them. You can clean them up manually step-by-step, or you can clean them in second with a cleaning utility like Clean My Mac 3.
If you want to clear cache on your Mac right now, we suggest doing it the easy way: That’s it, all cache files cleaned!
Browser cache temporarily stores website data such as images, scripts, and other stuff, in order to make your browsing faster when you revisit the same site.
If you’re worried about your privacy or want to hide pages you’ve visited, you can clear your Internet cache (or browser history).
If everything works fine then you can delete the backup later.
To be on the safe side, use Clean My Mac, it works with a Safety Database and knows how to clear app cache safely.
A good user cache cleaning could free up gigabytes of free space and speed up your Mac in the process. To do this, Control-click on the Trash icon in the dock and select “Empty Trash.” Restart your Mac afterward so your Mac can begin to create new, fresh cache files.