The cache memory on your computer and the Xbox One are used to store and quickly access data. While it is useful for storing files, if the cache is not cleared regularly, it can become overwhelmed as the number of data increases.
If your Xbox One is running slowly or struggling to load apps, it may be worth clearing the cache.
What does a cache cleanup do?
Clearing the Xbox One cache removes temporary data that games and apps use to speed up their performance. When this data accumulates over time, it can cause your console to slow down. In some cases, you may even get a warning that your cache is full. To get your Xbox One back up and running, you’ll need to clear the cache.