Your web browser cache stores images and Flash and other page elements to make the page load faster. Many times, when a change is made to your website, the change may not appear when you refresh the page. This is because the web browser is showing you an old, cached version of the web page. To solve this problem, you need to clear your browser’s cache and refresh the page.
This is also important so your internet history doesn’t fall into the wrong hands. It’s a good idea to delete your browser history and internet cache on occasion.
Your browser history or a list of every web page you have visited is the norm for modern-day computing.
Follow the links below to clear your browser’s cache.
- Press Ctrl+Shift+Del, type “edge://settings/clearBrowserData”
- Or go to the hamburger menu>Settings>Settings>Privacy, search and services>Clear Browsing Data and choose what to clear.
Use the following keyboard shortcuts to clear the browser’s cache.
Windows: Ctrl +Shift+R
Or go to the hamburger menu and select Options>Privacy & Security
- In the main menu, in the navigation bar to the left, click the clock icon to enter history.
- You will see the Clear Browsing Data button.
Use the following keyboard shortcut to clear the browser’s cache.
Or click History>Clear History
- Go to the three-dot menu in the upper right-hand corner.
- Select More Tools.
- Select Clear browsing data.
- In the dialog that appears, select the checkboxes for the types of information that you want to remove.
- Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Select beginning of time to delete everything.
- Click Clear browsing data.
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