In the age of 4G internet and fiber optic routers, patience is not something many netizens are inclined to follow. Research suggests that the more time it takes for a webpage to load, the more stressful it is for the user. When you find that your AOL Desktop Gold browser is slow or that webpages take time to load you should try deleting the browser history and clear the cache. This article will give you a brief overview of the steps you need to follow the clear the browser footprints in AOL Desktop Gold. However, since clearing the footprints may not always fix the situation you are facing, you can also call the AOL customer support number and get in touch with a team of tech support expert to troubleshoot the problem further.
You AOL Desktop Gold browser cache, like any other browser, stores temporary website files so that webpages can load faster in the future. The data and files stored in the cache are recreated every time the user visits that particular webpage. However, as time passes it is possible that the cache files get corrupted and slow down your browser speed. To improve the browser speed and resolve the issues related to outdated webpages you should clear the browser cache and delete the stored files. You can have a look at the steps given below to get a better idea about how you can clear the browser footprint in AOL Desktop Gold:
Apart from manually deleting the browser cache you can also select the Browser Cache checkbox and mark the box so that the cache is emptied automatically each time you close AOL Desktop Gold. If you find that your browser is slow even after you clear the footprints, then it’s possible there is a deeper technical issue with AOL Desktop Gold. You can call the AOL tech support number and speak to a professional software expert to implement advanced solutions to resolve any AOL browser error. The customer support number is available 24 hours a day to give you the chance to clear any doubts you may have about AOL Desktop Gold.