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Is BlueStacks acting sluggish and loading apps slower than it used to? Fortunately, in that location are a few different things you lot tin can endeavour to fix this: clearing the app cache and and so clearing the BlueStacks cache. This wikiHow article teaches you how to clear the cache and the app cache on BlueStacks for Windows and Mac, so it’s an easy process that anyone can practice!

  1. 1

    Open BlueStacks.
    This app icon looks like green, yellow, crimson, and blue layers stacked on tiptop of each other.

    • Only the Windows version of BlueStacks has the power to articulate app caches individually.
  2. 2

    Click the Organisation apps folder.
    Since this is an Android emulator, yous’ll need to access Settings to clear an app’s cache.

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  3. three

    Click


    Settings

    .

    It looks like a gear icon.

  4. 4

    Click


    Apps

    .

    You’ll see this next to the Android logo in the “Device” grouping.

  5. 5

    Click the app with the cache you want to clear.
    If you want to clear the cache in Google (like if you’re having trouble downloading from the Play Store), click the Google Play Store.

  6. 6

    Click


    Storage

    .

    This is on the “App Info” page that you’ll run into subsequently clicking an app from the app list.

  7. seven

    Click


    Clear Enshroud

    .

    Information technology’s below the “Information” header and in the “Enshroud” department.

    • Once the cache is cleared, yous’ll run into the number to the right of “Clear Cache” plow to “0” and the button will gray out.[i]
    • Repeat this procedure to clear multiple app caches.
    • If your BlueStacks is nevertheless acting sluggish after you’ve cleared some app caches, you can try to articulate the overall BlueStacks cache for Windows.
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  1. 1

    Open BlueStacks.
    This app icon looks like greenish, yellowish, red, and blue layers stacked on summit of each other.

  2. 2

    Click .
    You’ll see this gear icon on the bottom correct side of the window.

    • Alternatively, you can press
      Ctrl + Shift + I
      with BlueStacks open.
  3. three

    Click


    User data

    .

    This is in the menu on the left side of the window.

  4. iv

    Click


    Free upwardly space

    .

    It’s under the “Deejay Cleanup” header.

    • BlueStacks will begin deleting data that you don’t need and might get unresponsive for a few seconds.
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  1. 1

    Open up BlueStacks.
    This app icon looks like green, yellow, ruddy, and bluish layers stacked on top of each other.

  2. 2

    Click
    BlueStacks
    and select


    Preferences

    .

    The BlueStacks tab is in the Apple card bar in the acme left corner of your screen. Clicking
    Preferences
    will open a new window.

  3. 3

    Click
    User data.

    This tab is along the top of the “Preferences” window.

  4. 4

    Click


    Free up space

    .

    It’s nether the “Disk Cleanup” header.

    • BlueStacks will brainstorm deleting information that y’all don’t need and might become unresponsive for a few seconds.
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  • If BlueStacks still isn’t running as fast as it used to, you can always uninstall it if you’d like.

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