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How to Clear Cache on Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch is a famous Japanese console, available in three different versions, which has been making the hearts of many video game enthusiasts beat for many years. Being a console that can contain many games in digital format, it is important to make the most of all the available storage space and not occupy it with useless files.

The best way to do this is to delete all temporary files that automatically save to the console’s internal memory. If you also want to have more memory available, read on to find out how to clear the cache on Nintendo Switch to make room for more games and media files.


Clear Cache on Nintendo Switch

Why you may need to clear the cache on Nintendo Switch

Generally, regardless of the type of device or console, clearing the cache is a process of erasing all stored information that is not necessary for the device to function properly. At the same time though, it is important for you to know that clearing the cache on Nintendo Switch will remove all IDs, passwords, cookies, history, or other website data saved on your console. So before proceeding, make sure you know all the passwords and IDs you need to log back into the console after deleting the cache.

If you play a lot on the Nintendo Switch, data will periodically accumulate and end up needlessly taking up a large chunk of the available storage space, robbing you of valuable memory that you could use to download new games, save your screenshots or save game data. When the console warns you that the storage space is low, therefore, do not immediately rush to delete games or saves; rather, follow these simple steps to free up space and continue playing without giving up.

How to Clear Cache on Nintendo Switch

Now that you know why you might need to clear the cache on Nintendo Switch and how having temporary files affect the console, let’s take a look at how to do it.

  • Turn on Nintendo Switch
  • Access the home screen and select System Settings
  • Scroll down and select System
  • Select Formatting Options
  • Select Clear cache
  • Select the user whose cache you want to clear
  • Tap Reset.

Doing so Nintendo Switch will erase all cached data on your console for the specific user you have selected, thus freeing up storage space and removing superfluous personal information. At the end of the operation you will have to re-enter your passwords.

Obviously, this is not a definitive process: by continuing to play, the cache will fill up again and you will have to repeat the operation to free up new space. If clearing the cache on Nintendo Switch hasn’t solved the problem and you need more space, we recommend that you Factory Reset your Nintendo Switch.

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