Clear Cache for Google Chrome

Click on the three-dot menu in the top right corner. From the menu, go to More Tools » Clear Browsing Data.

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In the Chrome Settings page, ‘Clear Browsing Data’ popup, switch to the Basic settings and then select ‘All time’ next to the time-range option.

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Below that, you need to check the box next to the ‘Cached images and files’ only.

Note: You can also select ‘Clear cookies and other site data’ option. It will delete all cookies stored in your browser storage. Doing so will also log you out from all websites and end other sessions.

Next, click on the ‘Clear data’ button to clear the browser cache.

Clear Cache for Firefox

Click on the hamburger menu on the top-right corner of the browser and select ‘Preferences’.

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This will bring up the Firefox settings page. From here, switch to the ‘Privacy and Security’ tab, and then click on the ‘Clear Data’ button.

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From the Clear Data window, select ‘Cached Web Content’ only and click on the clear button.

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This will delete the cached web content from your Firefox browser storage.

Clear Cache for Internet Explorer

For the best experience, we recommend using Firefox, Chrome or Safari versus Internet Explorer (IE). If you must use IE, follow these instructions to clear the cache.

Click on the gear icon at the top right corner of the browser and then select Safety » Delete browsing history….

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Next, uncheck the option to ‘Preserve Favorites website data’, check ‘Temporary internet files’, and optionally check the ‘Cookies’ option.

Note: Choosing “Cookies” will delete all cookies stored in your browser storage. Doing so will also log you out from all websites and end other sessions.

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Click on the Delete button to empty your browser cache.

Clear Cache for Edge

Click on the three-dot menu at the top-right corner of the screen and select the ‘Settings’ option.

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Next, click on the ‘Choose what to clear’ under the ‘Clear browsing data’ section.

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This will bring up the ‘Clear browsing data’ panel. From here, select ‘Cached data and files’ and optionally ‘Cookies and website data’.

Note: You can also select ‘Cookies and saved website data’ option, but doing so will also log you out from all websites and end other sessions.

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Click the ‘Clear’ button to clear Edge browser cache.

Clearing Cache in Safari

Go to History » Clear History… option from the top menu.

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Safari will now ask you to select a time range. Select ‘All history’ from the ‘Clear’ dropdown menu and then click on the ‘Clear History’ button.

Safari will delete all temporary data including cache, cookies, and all temporary website data. Note: this will log you out of any websites you were logged in to.

Clearing Cache in Opera

Click on the menu icon on the top right corner of the screen and then click the ‘Clear browsing data’ button.

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From the popup screen, first you need to select ‘All time’ for the Time range. Then, check the box next to the ‘Cached images and files’ option.

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Now click the ‘Clear data’ button to empty your browser cache.