We will teach you how to free up space on your cache
A very common problem among Android users is the availability of storage space. It often comes back to see Google operating system users remove applications and files to try to install others. This is really annoying for the user experience, however there is a way to avoid getting rid of the apps and files we want to delete. It’s about taking care of the cache, a place to store data that we can do without and that usually takes up a lot of space.
While there are many apps that promise to clear this area completely, it’s best to do it with Android’s native options, and here we’ll show you how.
Free up cached space
Cache memory is a set of data stored by Sistema to improve the loading process of websites and applications. In this sense, if you visit TekCrispy frequently, it is likely that the logo and some visual elements of the site will be cached in your browser to speed up loading. However, the speed of connections nowadays sometimes makes the caching feature really invisible, so we can do without this data to free up space.
As mentioned earlier, the best way to free the cache is through the built-in Android options, because with the application we can receive annoying ads and give permission to access third-party applications.
To do this, simply go to the “Apps” section in the Android settings area and select one from the list. Inside you will find the “Cache” option and just click on “Clear data” to delete the saved data.
In general, apps like Chrome, Instagram and Facebook usually collect a lot of cached data, so we recommend starting with them.
This way, you don’t have to install third-party apps to free up space, or get rid of apps and files to install new ones.