When you open web pages, Safari saves them to a temporary folder on your computer called a cache. When a web page is reopened, Safari loads it from this folder, which makes the process much faster. If necessary, for example, if the content of a web page is out of date, you can empty the temporary folder at any time.
To clear the cache in Safari, press Control-Alt-E, choose Clear. Please note that to load the most recent version of the page, you do not need to clear the cache, but simply ignore its contents. Just reload the page by pressing Ctrl + R or by clicking on the special icon depicted as a curved arrow.
Sometimes, in addition to the cache, you also need to delete the cookie. These cookies help websites recognize you when you return to them and show you the information that interests you. By the way, do not forget that deleting cookies or changing their settings may lead to changes in other programs and files. So, to delete, select the "Action" menu, then - "Settings" and "Security". You can find the action menu in the upper right corner of the browser. Next, click on the "Show cookies" column, select all or some of the files, and then click "Delete". After completing the operation, click on the "Finish" button.
Keep in mind that Safari saves the pages you have viewed in a history list, so you can quickly return to the desired website. However, from time to time it is recommended that you clear the history. To do this, select the "History" item, then click on the "Clear history" button, and then - "Clear". To display the "History" line, press the Alt key.
To clear individual items in the history list, click on the open book icon. In the list of collections on the left, select "History". In the tabs on the right, select the objects to be deleted and press Delete.
Safari developers have also provided a setting for automatic deletion of objects after a certain period of time. To use this function, select "Action", then - "Settings", and click on "General". As already mentioned, this menu item is located in the upper right corner of the browser. Now all that remains is to click on the "Delete History Objects" pop-up menu command.