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How to delete your browser's cache

If you have tried a hard refresh and it did not work in your case your next option is to delete the cache.

How to safely delete the cache in Opera, Chrome, Iron, Vivaldi and Firefox

Deleting your browsers cache will require the browser to re-download all webpages and required files from the server.

Chrome & Iron (Windows/Linux/Mac)

  1. Launch Chrome and click the menu icon represented by three dots in the upper-right corner of the browser window.
  2. Click More tools and then Clear browsing data.
  3. In the box that appears, at the top, choose a time, like the past hour or the past day. To delete everything, select the beginning of time.
  4. Select the types of information you want to remove, DO NOT SELECT PASSWORDS.
  5. Click Clear browsing data (image below).
Pro Tip: A faster way to get to this box is to copy and paste this link into your address bar chrome://settings/clearBrowserData

Opera (Windows/Linux/Mac)

Almost the same as above except you select History and then Clear browsing data from the top left menu. If you can't see the menu bar, it's hidden; press Alt on the keyboard to make it appear.

Pro Tip: A faster way to get to this box is to copy and paste this link into your address bar chrome://settings/clearBrowserData

Mozilla Firefox and Related Browsers (Windows/Linux/Mac)

Go to the History menu and click on Clear Recent History. If you can't see the menu bar, it's hidden; press Alt on the keyboard to make it appear.

Go to the 'From the Time range to clear' drop-down menu and click on the range you want to clear. To clear your entire cache, select Everything. Firefox passwords are not deleted here.

Next, go to Details and click on the down arrow to select which parts of your history you want to clear. To clear everything, select all items.

Finally, click Clear Now and close all your browser windows. The fresh browser you open up will have a cleared cache.

This short video might also help

Vivaldi (Windows/Linux)

Vivaldi is similar to Chrome except the menu is top left with a V icon.
From this menu select Tools > click Clear private data and the box will appear. Remember NOT TO SELECT PASSWORDS.

Pro Tip: A faster way to get to this box is to copy and paste this link into your address bar chrome://settings/clearBrowserData
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