Information Resources & Technology (IRT)

Clear the Browser's Cache

As you browse Web pages, your browser makes local copies of the data associated with those Web pages, to make the browser more responsive by saving download time for data that is cached. Sometimes, this can interfere with a developer's ability to see work changes, to Web pages, slide shows and other elements embeded in Web pages, and to Web applications. After clearing the browser cached, it must re-download the resource, ensuring you see the latest version.

Wikihow maintains a detailed list of instructions for clearing the cache of various browsers:

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