So when you visit the same page for a second time, the browser speeds up display time by loading the page locally from cache instead of downloading everything again.
In order to speed up web browsing, web browsers are designed to download web pages and store them locally on your computer's hard drive in an area called "cache".Browser cache (also know as Internet cache) contains records of every item you have viewed or downloaded while Internet surfing.Unfortunately, how you clear your cache varies depending on your operating system and your browser.And while we can’t cover every variation, we’ve provided a number of videos that hopefully match the browser and operating system you’re using.On this site you can find step by step guides for Chrome, Firefox 3, Firefox 2, Internet Explorer 8, Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 6, Safari and more on how to refresh your cache.
Someone just told you to “force reload” your browser to fix something.
On Refreshyourcache you can find tutorials on how to refresh the cache from your browser.
To ensure you see the latest version of a site you need to clear the cache memory.
This video walks through how to clear your cache on Google Chrome in Windows 8.1.
We were using version 35.0 of Google Chrome when this video was recorded. If you’re having issues clearing your cache feel free to reach out to us or drop us a note in the comments below.
Usually, this issue is caused by your web browser’s cache. And how can you get rid of it so you can see your updates?