This setting can help prevent caching errors by tidying up each time you exit Edge.
In Microsoft Edge , you can delete all cookies or cookies from a specific website. You can also set Edge to automatically delete cookies every time you close your Edge browser.
In Edge, select Settings and more in the upper right corner of your browser window.
Select Settings > Privacy, search, and services.
Select Choose what to clear under Clear browsing data > Clear browsing data now.
Under Time range, choose a time range from the list.
Select Cookies and other site data, and then select Clear now.
All your cookies and other site data will now be deleted for the time range you selected. This signs you out of most sites.
In Edge, select Settings and more > Settings > Cookies and site permissions.
Under Cookies and data stored, select Manage and delete cookies and site data > See all cookies and site data and search for the site whose cookies you want to delete.
Select the down arrow to the right of the site whose cookies you want to delete and select Delete .
Cookies for the site you selected will now be deleted. Repeat this step for any site whose cookies you want to delete.
In Edge, select Settings and more > Settings > Privacy, search, and services.
Under Clear browsing data, select Choose what to clear every time you close the browser.
Turn on the Cookies and other site data toggle.
Once this feature is turned on, every time you close your Edge browser all cookies and other site data will be deleted. This signs you out of most sites.
The Microsoft Edge will delete your browsing history, cookies, and site data, as well as passwords, addresses, and form data when you close all InPrivate windows.
You can open an InPrivate window in different ways:
Select and hold (right-click) the Microsoft Edge logo in the taskbar and select New InPrivate window.
In Microsoft Edge, select and hold (right-click) a link and select Open link in InPrivate window.
In Microsoft Edge, select Settings and more > New InPrivate window.