* How to eliminate all data in Chrome:
Click on the wrench icon located on the browser tool bar.
Select the option Eliminate browsing data…
Select the verification boxes corresponding to the type of information you wish to delete.
Use the menu in the upper part to select the data you wish to delete. Select the beginning of time to eliminate everything.
Click on Eliminate browsing data.
* Instructions for Internet Explorer 11:
Select “Tools” (via the Gear Icon), click on “Safety” and select “Delete browsing history”.
Select the options you want to delete, make sure to check “Temporary Internet Files” then click “Delete”. ( You can leave the “From data” and “Passwords” if you prefer)
* Instructions for Safari:
Click on “Safari” and select “Preferences” from the menu bar.
In the following window, click the “Privacy” tab and select “Remove all Website Data”.
Click “Remove Now” in the pop up window that appears.
If you are using version 3 or previous version, click the Safari menu, select “Empty Cache” and click “Empty”.
* Steps to follow with Firefox:
Click the menu button and choose “Tools/Options”. (Edit/Preferences if you are using Linux)
Select “Advanced panel”.
Click on “Network” tab.
In the cached Web content section, click “Clear Now”.