How to Clear the Opera Browser Cache?
The cache is actually a very practical thing. Repetitive data from websites ends up here, shortening access and loading times. However, in some cases this can cause problems, especially when website elements such as graphics are changed but keep the same name. In this case you will not be shown the current version. To fix this and other small problems, it is advisable to clear the Opera cache regularly.
PC: Clear Opera Cache
Opens the Opera browser and presses the keyboard shortcutCtrl + ⇑ Shift+Removeto open the “Clear browser data” dialog directly .
Click on the drop-down menu next to “Time Period” and select “All Time” .
Remove the automatically checked boxes for “Browsing history” and “Cookies and other website data” if you want to keep them.
Finally, click on the “Delete data” button to remove all cache files.
Smartphone: Clear Opera Cache
Open the Opera app on your smartphone.
Tap your profile picture at the bottom right .
Then press the gear icon (Settings).
Swipe down and tap “Privacy & Security” .
At the bottom of the menu you will find the option “Delete data…” , tap on it.
Click on “Advanced” and tick “Cached images and files” .
Finally, tap the “Delete data” button .
Alternatively, you can also clear the app’s general cache on Android and iOS , which also deletes the images and files in the browser’s cache.
Opera: Clear cache data on PC & smartphone:
If Opera doesn’t refresh certain pages, hangs, or repeats certain errors more often, clearing the browser’s cache may help.
Tap the Profile icon at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the Settings icon.
Scroll down and tap Privacy & security.
Scroll down and tap Clear data…
Make sure Cookies and site data is selected, then tap Advanced.
Scroll down and make sure Cached images and files is selected.