The plugin doesn’t remove those because some people add the Word Press rules in that block too.To manually uninstall: WP Super Cache and enable caching.The plugin serves cached files in 3 ways (ranked by speed): Garbage collection is the act of cleaning up cache files that are out of date and stale.
You can generate cached files for the posts, categories and tags of your site by preloading. You can be informed on garbage collection job progress.Preloading will visit each page of your site generating a cached page as it goes along, just like any other visitor to the site. There’s no right or wrong settings for garbage collection. If your site gets regular updates, or comments then set the timeout to 1800 seconds, and set the timer to 600 seconds.If things don’t work when you installed the plugin here are a few things to check: WP Super Cache and enable caching.Almost all you have to do is deactivate the plugin on the plugins page.Even with preload mode enabled cached files will still be deleted when posts are modified or comments made.
If you need more information than the following, you can have a look at the Developer documentation.
The static html files will be served to the vast majority of your users: 99% of your visitors will be served static html files. Other visitors will be served custom cached files tailored to their visit.
If they are logged in, or have left comments those details will be displayed and cached for them.
This is done by enabling “Preload Mode” in the settings. Do not ever put important files or symlinks to important files or directories in that directory.
Be aware however, that pages will go out of date eventually but that updates by submitting comments or editing posts will clear portions of the cache. They will be deleted if the plugin has write access to them.
When the preload occurs the cache files for the post being refreshed is deleted and then regenerated.