Routine Maintenance to keep your Kodi Device running smoothly


Routine Maintenance to keep your Kodi Device running smoothly

In this brief tutorial, I’m going to show you how to quickly clear your cache. Video cache is most common cache in Kodi. It works by saving temporary video files ahead of what you’re watching to minimize video loading. Video cache is temporary and stored in your system’s RAM. These files are generally deleted once they are used or at the end of your session.

So why clear your cache?

Many add-ons store cache differently and are not always cleaned out at the end of your session. These files can build up over time, causing your system to slow down or crash. Since most people using a Kodi device typically have approx 8G storage and 1G Ram, it’s really not a lot of space. By clearing your cache, it’s a simple method to help to keep your system running smoothly and particularly useful if you’ve watched a lot of movies or television shows you have no intention of ever watching again.

 

 

1 comment

  • Brenda

    Thanks. This was very helpful and easy.

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