How to Clear your Browser’s Cache

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If you are facing any of the following problems, this post might be able to solve them by clearing your browser’s cache:

  • Updates not displaying on your website
  • Login failures
  • Slow browser performance

How you clear your browser’s cache depends on the browser you’re using:

1.Firefox

If you’re having problems viewing your website with Mozilla Firefox web browser, you can try clearing your cache and then revisiting your site.

1. In Firefox, click History then click Clear Recent History.

2. From the Time range to clear list, select Everything.

3. In the Details list, select only Cache.

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4. Click Clear Now.

5. Refresh & Reload your website

2.Google Chrome

If you’re facing problems viewing your website with Google Chrome web browser, follow the steps to clear the cache

  1. Click  (Customize and control Google Chrome).
  2. Select History and recent tabs, and then select History
    Google Chrome Clear Cache
  3. In the area at the top, click Clear browsing data.
    Google Chrome Clear Cache
  4. Select Cached images and files.
    Google Chrome Clear Cache
  5. Click Clear browsing data.
  6. Refresh & Reload your website

Note: Selecting Cookies and other site and plugin data can also help resolve some issues, but deleting your cookies also deletes passwords stored in your browser.

3.Internet Explorer

If you’re facing problems viewing your website with Internet Explorer web browser on Windows, follow the steps to clear the cache

1. Click (Tools), and then click Internet options.

Internet Explorer Clear Cache
Internet Explorer Clear Cache

2. In the Browsing history area, click Delete.

Internet Explorer Clear Cache

3. Select only Temporary Internet files and website files.

Note: Selecting Cookies and website data can also help resolve some issues you might have but deleting your cookies will remove any passwords you store in your browser.

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4. Click Delete.

5. Refresh & Reload your website

4.Safari on iPhone and iPad

If you’re having problems viewing your website on iPhone & iPad Safari browser, you can try clearing your cache and then revisiting your site.

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap Safari.
  3. Tap Clear Cache.
  4. Refresh & Reload your website

5.Safari on Mac OS X

If you’re having problems viewing your website on Mac OS Safari browser, you can try clearing your cache and then revisiting your site.

Note: Clearing your cache in Safari also removes all passwords it stores, though it doesn’t remove passwords stored in your Mac OS X Keychain.

  1. From the Safari menu, select Preferences.
    Safari Clear Cache
    2. Click the Privacy tab, and then click Remove all website data.
    Safari Clear Cache

3. Click Remove Now.

4. Refresh & Reload your website.

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