Steps to Clear Cache

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Steps to Clear Browser 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 11
Click the 3 dot menu (top right on Chrome screen), Settings gear, Safety, Delete browsing history; uncheck Preserve Favorites website data and check both Temporary Internet files and website files and Cookies and website data; click Delete. When the cache and cookies have successfully cleared, a message will appear in the status bar at the bottom of the Internet Explorer screen: Internet Explorer has finished deleting the selected browsing history; click X. Close and reopen Internet Explorer.

Chrome (Version 67)
Click the 3 dot menu (upper right corner on Chrome screen), Settings; from the Settings window, scroll down and click Advanced. Scroll down and click Clear browsing data. In the Clear Browsing Data dialog box, uncheck Browsing history; check Cookies and other site data and uncheck Cached images and files. Clear Data. Close and reopen Chrome.

Firefox Quantum (Version 60)
Click the Hamburger menu (top right on Firebox screen), click Options; from the Privacy & Security tab, under Cookies and Site Data, click Clear Data. From the Clear Data window, check Cookies and Site Data and uncheck Cached Web Content, Clear, Clear Now. Close and reopen Firefox.