How to Clear your Cache

Google Chrome
Step one: Click the Chrome menu (the three horizontal lines in the top-right corner). In the pull-down menu select More tools > Clear browsing data, which will open a pop-up tab. (Or conversely, you can just press Ctrl-Shift-Del.)
Step two: In the new dialog box, check the box next to "Cached images and files," and "Cookies and other site and plugin data". In the pull-down menu at the top select "the beginning of time."
Step three: Click the "Clear browsing data" at the bottom of the dialog box.

This process is very similar to clearing data in Chrome—you can just press Ctrl-Shift-Del to open the Clear Recent History dialog box. Then check the box next to "Cache," choose a time range from the pull-down menu at the top, and click Clear Now." However, if that process doesn't clear your issues, then you can try this slightly more in-depth route:
Step one: Open the Options dialog box. You can get here two ways: 1) Hit the "Alt" button to reveal the pulldown menus at the top and click Tools > Options, or 2) Click the three horizontal lines in the top-right and then select Options.
Step two: Select "Advanced" in the top-right of the window.
Step three: Select the "Network" tab.
Step four: In the "Offline Web Content and User Data" and "Cached Web Content" sections, click the "Clear Now" button. And then hit Okay.

Internet Explorer
Step one: Open the Delete Browsing History box by 1) clicking Ctrl-Shift-Del or 2) clicking the gear in the top-right corner > Safety > Delete browsing history.
Step two: Be sure the box next to "Preserve Favorites website data" is unchecked. Conversely, make sure the box next to "Temporary Internet files and website files" is checked. Then click "delete" at the bottom.

Microsoft Edge
Click the Hub icon .

Click the History icon .

Click the link labeled Clear all history.
Check the boxes for each item you want to clear.
Click the Clear button. The message "All Clear!" will appear at the top when the data has been erased.
Creation date: 11/21/2016 4:13 PM     Updated: 11/21/2016 4:14 PM
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