Web browsers store copies of pages in the browser cache ("memory") on your computer. By doing this, the page displays faster the next time it is viewed since the browser doesn't have to retrieve it from the web server. Sometimes, however, an update is made on the website that you don't see because the cached page is displayed.
Below are some techniques to clear the browser's cache so you will see the changes when your page reloads. Refer to your browser's help documentation for assistance.
1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu (the wrench in the upper-right corner) and select Options (Preferences on Mac).
2. On the Under the Hood tab, click the Clear Browsing data... button.
3. Select the Empty the cache check-box.Or, You can also choose the period of time you wish to delete cached information using the Clear data from this period dropdown menu.
4. Click the Clear Browsing Data button.
1. Click the Tools menu, then select Clear Recent History. (Shortcut: CTRL+SHIFT+DEL)
2. Choose the time range of cache you'd like to clear then Click on Details and make sure Cache is checked.
3. Select Clear Now.
1. Click the Tools menu. Or, optionally you may simply press Ctrl-Shift-Delete to open the Delete Browsing History window.
2. Select Internet Options. Then on the Browsing history click Delete button..
3. Click Delete button.
1. Click the Safari menu and select Empty Cache....
2. Click Empty.