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    AOL started its journey by providing dial-up service to millions of Americans. Later, it expanded its business and provided email, instant messaging, web portal and a web browser to the internet use…

    AOL started its journey by providing dial-up service to millions of Americans. Later, it expanded its business and provided email, instant messaging, web portal and a web browser to the internet users. While using AOL, you may find an error in loading the web pages, or experience slow speed browsing. And for an internet user, this could be one of the most frustrating things. There could be a number of the reasons behind this problem, but the most common one is that your cache memory is full or there may be an issue with the cookies. Before you know the solution, let’s read about these cookies and cache memory in brief.

    The browsing data which is saved in the hardware or the software component of the computer, basically in its memory is known as a cache. It stores the data for a purpose so that the next time when you search for the similar topic or for a topic likewise, it makes the process easier and faster, by giving you a list of search options. Whenever you are searching on the web browser, the caches can lead to memory overload. It can also slow down the system and cause a sign in problems in different software and email sites. You must have witnessed that whenever you are facing with sign-in issues, you are always recommended to clear the caches, cookies, and history. If you are using AOL Desktop Gold as your web browser, you must be familiar that it is constantly being introduced with new updates. Sometimes when you forget to clear the browser’s cache, the software continues to work on the outdated version. It can also slow down the process and make the software and thus the device respond slowly. Also, the browser may face with run time error. To resolve all of this it becomes necessary to clear the browser’s cache on AOL Desktop Gold or any other browser that you use. This blog will help you with the procedure that how you can do with a few easy steps. You must make it a rule to clear the cache from time to time, so as to avoid such errors in the future. Whenever you will browse the net via AOL browser, it will remember all the sites that you visited in the form of caches. It will store the temporary instances and it would help you to load the searches earlier the next time. You can clear the browser’s cache, if the page is not responding, facing sign-in issues, AOL Desktop Gold not responding or freezes in between or it becomes unresponsive from time to time.

    Steps to clear the browser’s cache:

    Open AOL Desktop Gold software and sign in by typing your username and password.
    A menu bar will open. Locate the settings icon at the top and double click on it.
    A list of options will open, select the option of ‘Browser’ by navigating to the left menu.
    Go to the Security Tab and then move to ‘Clear Footprints now’.
    Choose the data that you would want to delete/the browsers’ cache you would like to clear and enable the process.
    There can be many problems that can be solved in AOL Gold by employing this simple step.

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