When using your web browser, files and webpages that you often visit are stored to make those pages load quicker when accessed again. This is a standard feature in all web browsers. Sometimes when loading into a website, you see a cached version and not the updated live version, causing many errors to occur. Clearing your cache does not damage information, but it makes your browser think you have never visited a certain webpage before. Think of it as spring-cleaning for your browser.
How do you clear your cache? Listed below are the steps for your browser and device.
To clear the web browser’s cache when using Internet Explorer 8 or above:
To clear the web browser’s cache when using Mozilla Firefox:
To clear the web browser’s cache when using Google Chrome:
To clear the web browser’s cache when using Safari:
To clear the web browser’s cache when using Safari on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch:
Chrome for Android
To clear the web browser’s cache when using the default browser on an Android device:
After clearing your cache, it is suggested you close your browser and restart it for all the changes to take effect. Most browsers have their cache cleared in the same way, so even if your browser is not listed here, these steps are good guidelines. Also, keeping your browser up to date, also keeps your browser secure and fast.
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