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Need a detailed view of storage used by each site.
I see that Firefox can show us how much data (bytes) stored on disk by each site.
But, can Firefox show a more detailed information about it, i.e. the breakdown of how much is used for cache, local-storage, etc? And even further, can we delete/clear only one specific kind of them, e.g. "Only delete the cache, but retain the cookie"?
I see this feature in MS Edge as attached below, but can't find the same in Firefox.
I want to clear the data stored by several sites (Google and some sites taking up 800MB each). But I don't want to clear the cookie if possible, since I don't want to being logged out from those sites.
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To do what your asking if FireFox doesn't have it would be Addon for FireFox that would do what your asking if they have them on the FireFox Addon site.
A lot of useful things are listed in about:about like about:processes, about:performance, about:memory
To manage cookies for a site https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/clear-cookies-and-site-data-firefox#w_clear-cookies-for-any-website
Have you looked at the storage tab in the inspector (ctl-shft-i)?