Tired of the ads from that site you visited following you around? Is your computer running slow when accessing a particular site? Want to delete all cookies from a specific service or site?
One of the alternatives is to delete Cookies and Cache from your browsers! We'll provide you with step-by-step instructions for each of these options. But before that, to make things clear:
The term cache is basically the storage of frequently used data or processes, which are stored for faster future access, thus saving time and unnecessary use of hardware processing.
This functionality is widely used in various types of devices and software, such as browsers, for example. You know when you first access a website and it takes longer to load than your favorite site that you visit every day?
That's precisely the practical application of cache! Your browser has saved various information and page structures in a reserved environment so that you don't have to download them again on future visits. This makes everything faster, especially for those with weaker internet or weak signals.
In this article, you can find a more in-depth explanation.
In other words, both cookies and cache store information in your computer's or mobile device's memory. As a result, they often overload the storage and slow down the system. That's why various browsers have rules to delete all cookies every three months, for example, or are starting to block third-party cookies to avoid this unnecessary accumulation.
However, sometimes the browser's cleaning cycle is not enough. So learn from AdOpt how to delete your browser's cache and cookies:
Sometimes, when you're experiencing issues with using an online service or accessing a website, the technical team asks you to clear the browser cache.
To get rid of the data stored on your computer when you access a website, you don't need to go to the Google Chrome Preferences. Just use the shortcut below:
On Windows Control + Shift + Del
Command + Shift + Del
After that, simply select the items you want to delete: cache, cookies, history... and DONE!
If you're using Google Chrome,
Then click on Clear browsing data. A new window, as shown in the image below, will open, and in it, you just need to choose what you want to clear: - Cookies and other site data - Cached images and files.
After selecting the options, click the "Clear browsing data" button.
By following these instructions, your computer will be lighter, and your browsing experience will improve. But be prepared because all saved logins and access will also be cleared, requiring you to sign in again and "prove that you are you."
If your browser is Internet Explorer, for any version, follow the steps below:
Clearing Cookies in Mozilla Firefox For versions of the **Mozilla Firefox **browser, follow the simple cleaning process below:
For Safari users, the process to clear cookies is also straightforward.
Click on the Preferences option. Select the Privacy option > Remove all website data. After this click, confirm your decision.
In this article, we will answer all your questions regarding fines under the LGPD (Brazil's General Data Protection Law).
While both regulations share the goal of safeguarding individuals' rights regarding the processing of their personal data, there are some important differences between them. It is crucial to understand these distinctions and their implications, particularly in the context of internet cookies.
LGPD, GDPR, and CCPA are data privacy regulations. In this article, we discuss their similarities and differences for practical application.
Using a CMP (Consent Management Platform) is a great way to make efforts to adapt to new privacy regulations like GDPR, LGPD (Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados), and CCPA.
Have you ever thought that your marketing agency could find a great business opportunity in LGPD? Well, unlike what many think, it brings changes that can accelerate the demand for the services of these companies.
How does your website handle LGPD? What strategies does it use to comply with the General Data Protection Law? Have you thought about using a cookie notice but don't know if your site has cookies or if it's enough? If you can't answer these questions, be cautious! Your page may be exposed to fines and other sanctions.
Understanding the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its impact on cookies is essential. So, let's break it down, step by step.
In this article, we'll explore the GDPR foundations and provide practical insights from the basics to more advanced concepts of its legal basis.
Surely you've already seen the predictions of fines and sanctions, processes. But, what does it mean to your company?
Want to understand why there are cookie banners on every website you visit today? This article is for you!
In this article, you will have a great introduction to the topic, as well as various other variations that revolve around the subject: Cookies and LGPD.
In the end, our goal has never been to predict doom for companies or to be part of the LGPD's Apocalypse Cavalry. But, since we've been in the market for some time, these kinds of issues always catch our attention when we start data mapping and having conversations with colleagues.
What are the criteria for this choice, and what are the strengths and weaknesses of each option? Well, we're here to help you because this decision needs to be well thought out!
It's time to talk about one of the most impactful tasks, both for the company and for the visitors of your websites: tag categorization. But why is it so impactful? What is the relevance of this configuration and how can it affect us? It is precisely because of these common questions we receive from our clients that we have written this article on best practices in tag categorization.
Every day, millions of users generate data on the web, which is used by companies around the globe to improve their offerings. Therefore, in 2018, a law was created to regulate the use of personal data by companies, and this directly impacts digital marketing. We're talking about LGPD.
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