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Clearing Your Browser Cache

When you surf the web, your browser stores certain data and web page items (buttons, banners, icons and graphs) locally on your computer for future access. The next time you visit the same site, your computer checks its local browser cache so it doesn't have to download those items again.

While a local browser cache makes for a faster browsing experience, sometimes there can be problems such as partially loaded or out-of-date pages, and in these cases clearing your browser cache and cookies will help. See browser-specific instructions below for clearing your cache and cookies.

Internet Explorer 8 and above

Open Internet Explorer and go to Tools >> Delete Browsing History.
Deselect "Preserve Favorites website data".
Select "Temporary Internet files" and "Cookies".
Hit "Delete".

Firefox 3.5 and above

From the menu bar, select Tools >> Clear Recent History.
From the Time range to clear drop-down, select Everything.
Click the down arrow next to Details.
Select Cache and Cookies.
Hit Clear Now.


In the address bar, type 'chrome://settings/clearBrowserData'.
Select Cache and Cookies.
Under "Obliterate the following items from" select "the beginning of time".
Hit "Clear Browsing Data".


From the menu bar, select Safari >> Reset Safari.
Select "Remove all website data".
Hit Reset.

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