OneClick - Clearing Browser Cache

Running OneClick means that you are running an individual browser for each account that you have in OneClick. Often times, especially if OneClick has been running for a while it can begin to use up a large amount of space on your hard drive. This occurs because as it is running each browser is caching various resources which in turn helps with page load times. Occasionally if you are working on a server or in an environment with a low amount of hard drive space you will need to clear it.

If you find yourself in that situation you can use the following steps in order to help you clear up some data.

  1. In OneClick, using the menu at the top click on settings.
  2. In the settings page, toggle on the option switch for "Automatically Clear Browser Cache".

With this feature enabled when closing and opening the program, it will automatically clear the browser's cache of all image files, javascript files, video files and more!


Please be aware that having 'Automatically Clear Browser Cache' enabled requires much more network usage due to the browser having to reload resources every time it visits a page.

Freeing Up Storage

We also have the option for you to completely reset your browser data. In OneClick this feature is easy to use and can be done by following the steps below:

  1. In OneClick ensure you are in the Accounts Menu. From here you can select either one or use multi-select to select multiple accounts.
  2. Right-click on the accounts and a dropdown menu will appear.
  3. From that dropdown menu select "Reset Browser Data", and OneClick will automatically clear the browser data for that account/accounts.

The more accounts you select the longer it takes to clear the browser data. Please be patient as the process can take a couple of minutes.



If you would like to clear more of the cache please create a ticket and a member of our support team will assist you further. You can learn more about Making a Ticket here.

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