Unless you are constantly using private browsing, your web browser, whatever it is, stores your browsing data: history, cookies, download history, cache, etc. A great deal of data is stored to allow you to stay connected to your favorite websites, to load certain pages faster, or to display suggestions when you enter content in the address bar.
If users keep this data most of the time for comfort reasons, it is also very likely that they simply do not bother to explore the different menus of the browsers they use to delete navigation data.
However, there is a very simple way to access the module to erase this data. You can indeed use a simple keyboard shortcut, identical on all browsers, to quickly access the module for deleting navigation data. The same shortcut for all browsers
So whether you use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Brave, or Vivaldi, the keystroke combination will remain the same.
Ctrl + Shift + Delete will bring up the Delete Browsing Data window.
The first time you perform the operation, you will be asked to customize your preferences regarding the data to be deleted. These settings will remain unchanged each time you use Ctrl + Shift + Delete to quickly delete your browsing data. All you have to do is click to clear the data from your history.