How Do I Clear My Browser Cache?

macOS

Google Chrome

Step 1 - Click the Chrome dropdown and select "Clear Browsing Data"

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Step 2 -  Your browser preferences will open, in which all you need is your cache selected, and click "Clear Browsing Data"

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Firefox (older version)

Step 1 -  Click the Firefox dropdown and select "Preferences"

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Step 2 -  Select "Advanced"

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Step 3 -  Find the Cached Wed Content section, and select "Clear Now"

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Step 4 -  You will now see that your web content cache is at 0 bytes

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Firefox (newer version)

Step 1 - Similar to the older version, select the Firefox dropdown and click "Preferences

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Step 2 -  Select "Privacy & Security"

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Step 3 -  Find the Cached Web Content, and select "Clear Now"

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Step 4 - You will then see your web content cache is now using 0 bytes of space. 

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Safari 

Step 1 - Click the Safari dropdown tab and find "Preferences"

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Step 2 - Select the "Privacy" tab 

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Step 3 - Click the "Manage Website Data..." tabScreen_Shot_2018-04-20_at_2_10_16_PM.jpg

Step 4 - Click "Remove All"

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Step 5 - Click "Remove Now"

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Windows

Microsoft Edge

Step 1 - Click the "..." drop down on the upper right hand corner of the browser screen. Then select "Settings"

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Step 2 - Find the Clear browsing data section and select "Choose what to clear"

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Step 3 - Make sure the Cached data and files is selected, then click "Clear"

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