Clearing Your Browser Cache

Clearing Your Browser Cache

Internet Explorer 9

  1.  
    Open Settings > Safety
    Open Settings > Safety
    Once your browser is open, click the gear at the top right to open the settings menu. Then, select Safety and Delete Browsing History... Or, optionally you may simply press Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open the Delete Browsing History window.
  2.  
    Choose what to delete
    Choose what to delete
    Select Temporary Internet Files. You will also need to uncheck all of the other boxes, especially Preserve Favorites website data. This option makes the window also delete objects from websites in your Favorites folder, which is necessary to completely clear your cache.
  3. Click the Delete button near the bottom of the window to perform the operations (i.e. clear your cache by deleting temporary files).
  4. Your computer will work for a moment, and then the process will be complete. You've successfully cleared Internet Explorer 9's Cache!

Internet Explorer 8

  1.  
    Click
    Click "Tools".
    Once your browser is open, click the Tools menu. Or, optionally you may simply press Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open the Delete Browsing History window (and skip step 2)
  2.  
    Delete Browsing History...
    Delete Browsing History...
    Click on Delete Browsing History...
  3.  
    "Temporary Internet Files".
    Select Temporary Internet Files.
  4. Click the Delete button near the bottom of the window to delete your temporary files (i.e. clear your cache).
  5. If you want the browser to automatically clear the cache whenever you close it, click the Advanced tab. Click to check the box next to the Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed option (in the section labeled Security). Click OK. This will delete everything except cookies.
    • Note: IE8 has a "feature" which retains some cookies even after you clear your cache if you do not UNCHECK the "Preserve Favorites Website Data." If you truly need to clear your cache, you will want to uncheck this!

Internet Explorer

  1. Open IE and click the Tools menu. Click the Delete Browsing History link at the top.
  2. Under the Temporary Internet Files heading, click Delete files...
  3. Click Yes when you see the prompt asking if you are sure you want to delete all temporary files.
  4. Alternatively, clear your cache for just the current page you're visiting. Press and hold [Ctrl] on your keyboard, then Press [F5] or click on the Refresh button (square button on the toolbar with opposite-facing arrows).

Firefox

  1. Firefox Menu
    Firefox Menu
    Click the Firefox menu in the top left corner. Next, select the right arrow next to History >, and click Clear Recent History (or click on Tools then Clear Recent History if you don't have the Firefox Menu) Or, you can press Ctrl+Shift+Delete to open the recent history window.
  2. Select 'Cache'
    Select 'Cache'
    Make sure 'Details' is expanded, then select Cache from the list. Uncheck everything else.
  3. Choose 'Everything'
    Choose 'Everything'
    In the Time Range to Clear: drop down, select Everything.
  4. Select Clear Now.
  5. Your computer will work for a moment, and the process will be complete. You've successfully cleared Firefox's Cache!
Chrome
  1. Click on the wrench
    Click on the wrench
    Once your browser is open, select the Wrench icon (the settings menu, located in the upper-right corner) then, Tools, and Clear Browsing Data.... You can also access the Delete Browsing History window by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Delete, or clicking on this link: [chrome://settings/clearBrowserData].
  2. Check 'Empty the Cache'
    Check 'Empty the Cache'
    Select the Empty the cache check-box. Uncheck everything else to avoid deleting data unintentionally.
  3. In the Obliterate the following items from: dropdown menu, select the beginning of time.
  4. Click the Clear Browsing Data button. Chrome will work for a moment, and then the process will be done. You've successfully cleared Chrome's Cache!

Safari for Mac OS X

  1. "Click Empty Cache"
    Once your browser is open, click the Safari menu and select Empty Cache....
  2. Click Empty.

Safari for Windows

  1. Once your browser is open, click the Edit menu and select Empty Cache.
    Once your browser is open, click the Edit menu and select Empty Cache.
    Once your browser is open, click the Edit menu and select Empty Cache....
  2. Click Empty.

 Should you require any assistance feel free to contact us via Tickets on https://billing.cspacehostings.com

Opera

  1. Once your browser is open, select the settings menu and click delete private data.
  2. Click the details button.
  3. If you do not wish to delete cookies, saved passwords, etc., remove checks from them in the list.
  4. Press delete.
  5. If you are using the browser, go to History (accessible from the start page (press start button) & extended toolbar) and touch Delete All.
  6. Then go to the start page again and touch Settings.
  7. Then scroll down until you find Delete Cookies and touch that.

 

Mozilla SeaMonkey

  1. Once your browser is open, click the Edit menu and select Preferences.
  2. In the left-side list, open the Advanced node and select Cache.
  3. Click the Clear Cache button.

 

Konqueror

  1. Once your browser is open, click the Settings menu and select Configure Konqueror.
  2. Scroll down in the list of images and select Cache.
  3. Click Clear Cache.

 

Source: WikiHow

- CSpace Hostings / https://cspacehostings.com

  • Clearing, Browser, Cache
  • 17 Users Found This Useful
Was this answer helpful?

Related Articles

How do I report a phishing site?

Should you wish to report any phishing website or abuse through Network.Please submit a Abuse...

Can I send in a check or money order?

We do accept Indian check and Indian money order. Your payment may take 3-5 business days after...

When will my account be suspended if I am past due?

You have 20 days after the date due before we will suspend your account. You can make payment...

How can I access my domain before domain propagation is complete?

You can temporarily access the contents that you have uploaded in your webspace using...

How do I do a traceroute test and ping test?

Traceroute is a computer network tool used to determine the route taken by packets across an IP...

Powered by WHMCompleteSolution