How to Clean up Browsing History and Cache on Kindle Fire

The Silk Browser exclusively for the Kindle Fire owners is getting famous for its performance. Like other browsers, it also uses cookies, creates the cache memory and saves the browsing history. It is true that these small files when stored in the device in bulk, the performance of the device reduces and keeps getting lower. Also the unnecessary suggestions keep irritating the users when they use the browser to surf the internet. There many other reasons that requires the users to clear up the cache memory, cookies and browsing history.

Well it is necessary to clear up the browser to maintain its performance consequently you might lose the stored password and logins. Still, the way to maintain the performance of the tablet is cleaning up the browsing history, cookies and cache memory. There are two methods to empty the Silk Browser in Kindle. One is the common method which is approachable in every internet browser and the other method is used by accessing the Settings of the device.

Here’s how to clear browsing history and cache fire

Clearing the History, Cache and Cookies in Browser.

  1. Open the Silk Browser in Kindle Fire Tablet.
  2. Now tap on the hamburger icon and open the menu list.
  3. Select Settings to open it.
  4. Proceed to tap the Privacy option.
  5. Now you will see Clear Browsing data option in the menu.
  6. Tap the option and proceed to select the Advanced tab.
  7. Check the boxes of Browsing history, Cookies and site data and Cached images and files.
  8. Move to the bottom and tap on CLEAR DATA.
  9. Now the history, cache memory and cookies are cleared from the Silk Browser of Kindle Fire Tablet.

Clearing the History, Cache and Cookies in Kindle Fire Settings

  1. With the settings app of Kindle Fire, it is possible to clean up the history and cache memory.
  2. Open the Settings from the Home Screen of your Kindle Fire.
  3. Now tap Apps & Games and proceed to Amazon Application Settings.
  4. Select Silk Browser from the top of the options.
  5. Now, tap Privacy option and then go to the Clear browsing data option.
  6. Tap Advanced and select all the checkboxes present in the Advanced tab.
  7. Proceed to select All time located just below ADVANCED.
  8. Now, tap the Clear Data button from the bottom.
  9. Congratulations, you have deleted the history, cookies and the cache memory from Kindle Fire Tablet.

The methods to clear up the Browsing History, Cookies and Cache are not complicated but the second method is not well known. Hence the process to clean up with both the methods is beneficial to keep the device running without affecting the performance.

Harry Williams is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Harry Williams has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as

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