Drupal is one of the most powerful Content Management Systems on the internet. It is often praised for its loading speed. That speed comes from Drupal’s built-in caching feature. Cache (also called cache memory) is a type of computer memory used for temporary storage and quick retrieval of frequently or recently used information or instructions. If you are updating a Drupal site, you will need to clear the Drupal cache after you have done the updates to see the changes.
Here are the steps to clear the cache in Drupal 8:
1. Click on the Configuration tab.
2. Look for the Development section and click on Performance.
3. Click on the Clear all caches button and wait for the caches to clear.
4. Click on the Save configuration button.