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Steps to Clear Cache

Note: Remember opening a Web page after clearing the cache will be slightly slow the first time you visit your favorite Web pages. But now you have a clean, fresh, up-to-date cache of the Web site.

Internet Explorer 6
Click Tools, Internet Options, Delete Cookies, OK; click Delete Files, OK; click the Privacy tab, Advanced button; verify that the Override automatic cookie handling check box is checked; verify that Always also session cookies check box is checked' click OK, OK; close Internet Explorer; reopen Internet Explorer.

Internet Explorer 7
Click Tools, Internet Options; under the Browsing history, click Delete, Delete Files, Yes; click Delete cookies, Yes, Close; from the Privacy tab, click the Advanced button; verify that the Override automatic cookie handling check box is checked; verify that the Always also session cookies check box is checked; click OK, OK; close Internet Explorer (all tabs must be closed); reopen Internet Explorer.

Internet Explorer 8
Click Tools, Internet Options; from the General tab, under the Browsing history, click Delete to delete temporary files, history, cookies, saved passwords, and web form information; from the Delete Browsing History dialog box, check Temporary Internet Files and Cookies checkboxes; click Delete; from the Privacy tab, click the Advanced button; verify that Override automatic cookie handling is checked; verify that Always allow session cookies is checked' click OK, OK; close Internet Explorer (all tabs must be closed); reopen Internet Explorer.

Internet Explorer 9
Click Tools (gear icon), Safety, Delete browsing history, or press Ctrl + Shift + Del; uncheck Preserve Favorites website data and check both Temporary Internet Files and Cookies; click Delete. When the cache and cookies have successfully cleared, a prompt will appear at the bottom of the screen: Internet Explorer has finished deleting the selected browsing history; click Close.

Chrome (Version 24.0.1312.57)
Press Ctrl + Shift + Del or click the Customize and control Google Chrome menu button (3-bar icon) at the top right of browser window; click Tools, Clear browsing data; from Obliterate the following items from click beginning of time to delete everything or select the amount of data that you want to delete; in the Clear Browsing Data dialog box, check Empty the cache and any other desired choices; click Clear browsing data.

Mozilla Firefox Browser Version 3.0 (Windows XP or Vista)
Click Tools, Options, Privacy; under Firefox will, click Use custom settings for history; verify that Accept cookies from sites and Accept third-party cookies are checked; click the Show Cookies button; click the Remove All Cookies button; click Close, OK; close Mozilla-Firefox Browser (all tabs must be closed); reopen Mozilla-Firefox Browser

Firefox 18.0.1
Click Tools, 'Options, Advanced, Network tab; under Cached Web Content, click the Clear Now button, OK.

Mozilla Firefox Browser (MAC)
Click Firefox (at the top left), Preferences; from the Privacy tab, verify that Accept cookies from sites is checked; click Show Cookies; click Remove All Cookies; close the window; close the window; quit Firefox by clicking on Firefox (at the top left); click Quit Firefox (all tabs must be closed); reopen Mozilla-Firefox browser.


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