It’s easy to blame your router or service provider when your WiFi connection is slow.
But the problem could actually be due to a very common problem in the local area.
There are many items that can secretly have an impact on your home broadband connection.
This includes things like running microwaves and even aquariums.
However, if you are sure this is not the case, the problem may be with your computer itself.
More specifically, it could be your browser, e.g. B. Google Chrome.
“Too much cache data can cause websites to not load, to load only partially, or even to load very slowly,” reveals Avast.
“Clear your browser’s cache and remove any files that might be disruptive.”
If you want to clear your cache in Google Chrome, follow these steps.
How to clear Google Chrome cache
Open Google Chrome and click the three-dot menu in the top right.
Go to More tools and then select Clear browsing data.
Make sure the three options are selected.
Then click the Clear Data button.
Now try browsing as usual and see if this improves the speed.
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