If you have noticed that lately your iPad is slower than usual or that you no longer have space to install new applications or save your photos, the solution may be to clear the browsing history of Safari.
To do this, you have two options: go to the menu of coApple web browser configuration, or delete the data from the Safari section that you will find in the Settings menu of your tablet.
How to clear Safari history from Safari
one. Open the application of Safari, which you recognize by its icon with a blue compass.
2. On the top toolbar, tap on the open book shaped icon to access the bookmarks section.
3. Now, tap on the icon of Record clock-shaped and hit Delete.
4. Finally select one of these options:
- The last hour, to clear the history, the cookies and other navigation data accumulated in the last 60 minutes
- Today, to clear the history, the cookies and other navigation data accumulated today
- Today and yesterday, to clear the history, the cookies and other navigation data accumulated on yesterday and today
- Always, to clear all history, the cookies and other accumulated navigation data
In our case, we chose to erase everything by touching on Always.
How to clear Safari history from Settings
one. Open the menu of Settings, which you recognize by its gear-shaped icon.
2. In the menu on the left, touch on Safari. On the new screen, swipe down and select the option in blue Clear history and website data.
3. Confirm the action by tapping on Delete in the floating window. Keep in mind that all history will be deleted, cookies and other navigation data.
Remember that this is only one of the possible solutions if you notice that your iPad is going extremely slow. There are other options before betting on the most extreme and Acquire a new iPad.