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Clear cache for specific domain name in Chrome

As of Chrome version 52.0.2743.116 m, you can perform the following steps:

F12 > Chrome Developer Tools > Application tab > Clear storage in left tree > Select the data items to clear, then click Clear site data.


This may be a quicker/simpler way:

  • Press F12 to open Chrome Developer Tools (will pop up from bottom)
  • Click settings “gear” icon in top-right corner
  • Under General check Disable cache
  • Reload page and re-enable caching by un-checking this box”

OR

  • Go to chrome://settings/content/cookies
  • type the domain name in the search box
  • click delete
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