Recently I faced one strange “Request Header Or Cookie Too Large” error while updating the post on my website but i found this error is nowhere related to my website because the website is working fine for others and even it’s working fine on another browser.
This error mostly comes to you once you are visiting a site a lot and Cache is stored in your browser which is causing this error.
Step-by-Step Process to Fix Request Header Or Cookie Too Large Error
1. Personally, I loved to use Ccleaner to clear my PC browser cache or cookies to speed up my pc.
If you are using CCleaner, you can easily do it by selecting the Cleaner > Application tab and Select the particular browser that you are facing “Request Header Or Cookie Too Large” error and click on the Run cleaner option to clear your browser cache.
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2. If you don’t want to use CCleaner you can clear the cache of a particular website in your browser also.
To Clear in Google Chrome, Navigate to Three-dot menu and select Settings and scroll down and click on the ” Advanced” option and select the ” Content Setting” option.
and select “Cookies” option where you will find information about allowed sites to save and read cookie data.
Click on the ” See all cookies and site data” and search for the particular website and click on the ” Delete” icon to delete a particlar cookie.
3. In Firefox, Enter about:preferences#privacy in the address bar and click on the ” Manage Data” option.
and Search for your particular website and Select the ” Remove selected” option.
Pro Tip:- Switch your browser to Brave Browser ( Download Here ) which is not storing your cookies or any personal data. I am using this from the last six months and trust me it’s the best browser that I ever used.
We have a Brave Vs Chrome: An In-Depth Comparison Guide For You, which will help you to understand the differences between both the browsers.
To fix Request Header Or Cookie Too Large error in your browser is easily fixed by clearing cookies and cache in your browser through Ccleaner or removing manually.