The menu for clearing the Cache is rather confusing. The word "Cache" is probably the most widely used term, and I recognized Data Management was probably the closest, though others may not.
But Under Data Management one sees Website Data leading to another page and on that page one can select "Clear all Webskite Data."
On the previous page. there is a list including Browsing History, Cache, Cookies, etc. with slider buttons.
Beneath that it says Clear Private Data.
I'm not sure how website data is different...what else would be there.
The tiny :Clear Private Data" in gray above the choices on this page isn't noticible. At first it appeared I could clear six different kinds of data or "Clear Private Data" separately.
This could be all one one page, labeled
Clear data and caches:
Under that it would list each category with a dot to select (clear/blue), then replace the Clear Private Data with a button that said Submit.
I don't know all the terms, but it seems like this was not the same way to do things I've seen on other pages or in the past. I don't know if there are formal standards for these things or not. I know some things are clear and intuitive and then I look at other pages and can't figure out what is going on. When I study it for long enough I realize that that the ways to select things are different from what I've seen in the past.
As I know I can't always describe it well, it must be even more difficult to define/write or follow them. All I can say is that this was something that should have been automatic for me and ended up taking 45 minutes.
I think this didn't fit standards (written or otherwise), but don't want to fault the person who put it this way. I know I wouldn't be able to internalize all the choices when designing a menu. There may even be a better way than I suggested.
Thanks folks. I feel bad to bring this up.