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Read steps below to clear your cache in Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, Safari, Opera or Chrome

 

What Exactly Is Cache?

Your browser's cache, pronounced like cash, is a collection of web pages, including the text, images, and most other media contained on them, that is stored on your machine.

Having a local copy of a web page makes for very quick loading on your next visit because your computer or device doesn't have to download from the internet all of that same information again.

 

The easiest way to clear your cache is by pressing CTRL + F5 together on your keyboard

 

On Windows

On your keyboard F5 triggers a standard reload.

Ctrl + F5 triggers a forced reload. This causes the browser to re-download the page from the web server, ensuring that it always has the latest copy.

Unlike with F5, a forced reload does not display a cached copy of the page.

On Mac

On your keyboard CMD(Apple) + R triggers a standard reload.

CMD(Apple) + SHIFT + R triggers a forced reload. This causes the browser to re-download the page from the web server, ensuring that it always has the latest copy.

Unlinke Firefox and Chrome, Safari Requires CMD(Apple) + Option + E to empty the browser cache

 

 

Read steps below to clear your cache in Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, Safari, Opera or Chrome

Chrome: Clear Browsing Data

 

In Google Chrome, clearing the cache is done via the Clear browsing data area in Settings. From there, check Cached images and files (as well as anything else you want to remove) and then tap or click the CLEAR BROWSING DATA button.

Assuming you're using a keyboard, the quickest way to Clear browsing data is via the Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut.

Without a keyboard, tap or click the Menu button (the icon with three stacked dots) followed by More tools and finally Clear browsing data....

See How to Clear the Cache in Chrome [support.google.com] for more details.

Tip: Choose the beginning of time from the Clear the following items from option at the top of the Clear browsing data window to make sure you get everything.

In Chrome's mobile browser, go to Settings and then Privacy. From there, choose Clear Browsing Data. In this menu, check Cached Images and Files and press the Clear Browsing Data button once, and then again when asked.

 

Internet Explorer: Delete Browsing History

In Microsoft Internet Explorer, the browser that comes pre-installed on most Windows computers, clearing the cache is done from the Delete Browsing History area.

 

From here, check Temporary Internet files and website files and then click or tap Delete.

Like with other popular browsers, the fastest way to the Delete Browsing History settings is via the Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut.

Another option is via the Tools button (the gear icon), followed by Safety and then Delete browsing history....

See How to Clear the Cache in Internet Explorer for a full set of instructions.

Tip: Internet Explorer often refers to the cache as temporary internet files but they're one in the same.

Edge: Clear Browsing Data

In Microsoft's Edge browser, included in their newer versions of Windows, clearing the cache is done via the Clear browsing data menu.

 

Once open, check Cached data and files and then tap or click Clear.

The fastest way to the Clear browsing data menu is via the Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut.

Another option is via the More button (that little icon with three horizontal dots), followed by Settings and then the Choose what to clear button under the Clear browsing data heading.

Tip: Tap or click Show more while in the Clear browsing data menu for additional items you can erase while clearing cached files and images.

 

Firefox: Clear All History

In Mozilla's Firefox browser, you clear the cache from the Clear All History area in the browser's Options. Once there, check Cache and then tap or click Clear Now.

The Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut is probably the fastest way to open this tool. It's also available from Firefox's Menu button (the three-lined "hamburger" button) via Options, then Privacy, and finally the clear your recent history link.

See How to Clear the Cache in Firefox for a complete tutorial.

Tip: Don't forget to choose Everything from the Time range to clear set of options, assuming that's the time frame you want to clear the cache over.

Safari: Empty Caches

In Apple's Safari browser, clearing the cache is done via the Develop menu. Just tap or click Develop and then Empty Caches.

With a keyboard, clearing the cache in Safari is super easy with the Option-Command-E shortcut.

See How to Clear the Cache in Safari [help.apple.com] if you need more help.

Tip: If you don't see Develop on your Safari menu bar, enable it via Preferences, then Advanced, followed by selecting the Show Develop menu in menu bar option.

 

Windows users can delete all of Safari's stored data through the menu button and then Preferences... > Privacy > Remove All Website Data....

 

Opera: Clear Browsing Data

In Opera, clearing the cache is done via the Clear browsing data section that's part of Settings. Once open, check Cached images and files and then click or tap Clear browsing data.

The fastest way to bring up the Clear browsing data window is via the Ctrl+Shift+Del keyboard shortcut.

Without a keyboard, click or tap Menu, then More tools,and finally Clear browsing data.

See How to Clear the Cache in Opera [help.opera.com] for detailed instructions.

Tip: Be sure to choose the beginning of time option from the Obliterate the following items from: area at the top so you're sure to erase everything!

 

Still not seeing the login form?. How do I enable or disable pop-ups in web browsers?

 

Internet Explorer 9

 

  1. At the upper right, click the Tools icon, and select Internet options.
  2. Click the Privacy tab.
  3. Check or uncheck Turn on Pop-up Blocker.

    Note: To access advanced features, in the "Pop-up Blocker" section, click Settings...

 

Internet Explorer 8 and 7

 

  1. From the Tools menu, select Pop-up Blocker.
  2. Click to select either Turn Off Pop-up Blocker or Turn On Pop-up Blocker.

 

By default, Internet Explorer displays pop-ups that appear as a result of clicking a link or button. Pop-up Blocker blocks pop-ups that are displayed automatically (without your clicking a link or button). To allow a specific web site to display automatic pop-ups:

 

  1. Click Tools, select Pop-up Blocker, and then click Pop-up Blocker Settings.
  2. In the "Address of website to allow" box, type the address (or URL) of the web site you want to see pop-ups from, and then click Add.
  3. Repeat step 2 for every web site you want to allow pop-ups from. When you are finished adding web sites, click Close.

 

Firefox

 

  1. In Windows, from the Tools menu, select Options...

    If the menu bar is hidden, press Alt to make it visible.

    In Mac OS X, from the Firefox menu, select Preferences...

  2. Click Content.
  3. Check or uncheck Block Popup Windows.

 

When blocking a pop-up, Firefox displays an information bar, as well as an icon in the status bar. When you click either the Options button in the information bar or the icon in the status bar, a menu is displayed with the following choices:

 

  • Allow/Block popups for this site
  • Edit Popup Blocker Options

    Note: If you select Edit Popup Blocker Options, you can then click Exceptions next to "Block pop-up windows" and enter the URLs for any sites on which you wish to allow pop-ups.

  • Don't show this message (info message) when popups are blocked
  • Show (the particular blocked pop-up)

 

 

Safari

 

From the Safari (in Mac OS X) or Edit (in Windows) menu, select Block Pop-Up Windows.

 

Google Chrome

 

  1. At the upper right, click the wrench icon, and select Settings (Preferences in Mac OS X and Linux).
  2. Click Under the Hood.
  3. In the "Privacy" section, click Content settings....
  4. In the "Pop-ups" section, select Allow all sites to show pop-ups or Do not allow any site to show pop-ups (recommended). To customize permissions for specific websites, click Manage exceptions.



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