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Clear Google Desktop Search Cache

The local Google Cache contains full traces of your internet surfing activity. How to clear the Google Desktop Search Cache: Google Desktop Search allows you to delete individual items from Google Desktop search cache (index). You will also learn how to delete the entire google desktop cache and clean your footprints.

You're only deleting items from the GDS cache, the current version is still in your computer, mailbox, or on its website. If you want to get rid of the original, live version of the item, you have to delete it from where it lives, the same as any file, email, or web page that Google Desktop doesn't know about.

If you delete the original, live version of an email, file, or web page, and there are copies of it in your Google Desktop cache, those copies will not be automatically deleted. To get rid of the cached copies as well, you'll have to explicitly delete them from Google Desktop.

Once items are in your cache, they stay in it until you delete them from the …