How to Clear Browser Cookies on macOS Sierra
Wondering how can quickly clear all the browser caches on your macOS Sierra? Read on this tutorial to get a comprehensive tool to easily remove browsing history on macOS Sierra.
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Q: “ My Mac (running on macOS Sierra) is much more slower and it can’t behave as intended when using browsers like Chrome and Firefox. For example, the images on a webpage don’t display as they should, the latest updating posts can’t appear and etc. I know it’s time to clean browser cookies, caches and browsing history, but I’ve installed Firefox, Chrome, and Safari and I’m searching for a way to remove all these browser cookies at one go. Can anyone help? ”
Many Mac users encountered the same situation as this user. The accumulating browser cookies and caches not only take up massive storage and slow down your browser’s performance on your Mac (even the latest macOS Sierra) but also put your personal data like password at danger if you’ve clicked “remember me” option. It’s troublesome to remove these junks manually especially if you are using multiple browsers (like Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera) at same time, and possibly you might delete some important data. That’s why we need a perfect solution to clear all these browser cookies, caches and history on macOS Sierra.
Also Read: How to Enable/Disable Cookies on Mac
The Tool We’ll Need
MacClean is designed to clean system and Internet junks and remove hidden danger to protect privacy on Mac. It can help you find browser (including Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera) cookies, caches and history quickly and clear all of them at one go to release more storage for Mac as well as keep your Internet activities from spying eyes. You can do more with your macOS Sierra with MacClean.
How to Clear Browser Cookies on macOS Sierra with MacClean
Step 1. Download and install MacClean to your Mac and Run it.
Step 2. Click Internet Junk on the left menu and click Scan on the middle to start scan the Internet junk on macOS Sierra. You need to close all the browsers before scanning.
Clean Browser Cookies on macOS Sierra – Step 2
Step 3. All the browser cookies, caches, browsing history, download history, saved password and sessions will show up after scanning.
Remove Browser Caches on macOS Sierra – Step 3
Step 4. You can click any of the browser to review details and select the junks you want to remove > choose Back to go back to last page > click Clean to start.
Deleted Browser Junks on macOS Sierra – Step 4
Also Read: How to Speed Up Your Mac >
The Bottom Line
That’s how MacClean efficiently clean up your browser cookies, caches, browsing history and more. Besides, it’s also capable of removing malicious cookies and potential danger out of your Mac. Just have a try on MacClean to make your Mac better.
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