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I have recently downloaded OS X Mountain Lion on my new MacBook Air.

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I have recently downloaded OS X Mountain Lion on my new MacBook Air.   I have Safari 6.0.  I no longer see the "Empty Cache" option on the Safari drop down menu.  Where did it go?  How can I recover it?

Gloria

MacBook Air, OS X Mountain Lion, Problem with Safari
  • dominic23 Level 6 Level 6 (18,395 points)

    Safari 6

    Mountain Lion comes with Safari 6.

    Apple removed "Empty Caches" from Safari menu.

     

    1. Now clearing history clears caches and favicons.

     

    2. Enable Develop menu.

         Safari > Preferences > Advanced

         At the bottom check the box "Show Develop menu in menu bar".

         Develop menu will appear in menu bar.

         Click Develop and from the dropdown select "Empty Caches".

     

    Best.

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