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If you are browsing a page and you are experiencing interface-related issues, there is a possibility that this is related to your browser using outdated cached files instead of the appropriate files from the server, although this is very rare as files periodically expire from your cache and are retrieved anew. Below are steps for how to clear your cache for recent versions of each browser at the time of this writing.

Step-by-step guide

In Chrome:


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Shift+F5 or Ctrl+Shift+R will quickly clear your cache and refresh the page simultaneously.

Alternatively for Chrome:

Go to your browser’s Settings option, click Advanced at the bottom of the page, click “Clear browsing data” at the bottom of the “Privacy and security” section, then make sure “Cached items and files” is checked and select “the past week” from the dropdown menu before clicking the “Clear browsing data” button in this popup.


 

In Firefox:


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You can quickly refresh without your cache in Firefox by pressing Ctrl+F5 or Ctrl+Shift+R.

Alternatively for Firefox:

Go to the browser’s Options page, click the Privacy tab on the left side of the screen, then click “clear your recent history.” On this new popup, expand the Details dropdown section by clicking the adjacent arrow, and make sure that Cache is checked. Then select “Today” from the time range drop down before clicking “Clear Now” at the bottom of the popup.


 

Internet Explorer:


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In Internet Explorer, you can quickly refresh and clear your cache by pressing Ctrl+F5.

Alternatively in Internet Explorer:

On the “Internet options” page (found from the Tools menu), click “Delete…” under the Browsing history section. On this popup, make sure the “Temporary Internet files and website files” and, optionally, the “Cookies and website data” options are checked before clicking “Delete” at the bottom of the popup.


 

Microsoft Edge:


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To quickly refresh and clear the cache in Microsoft Edge, you can press Ctrl+F5, as with Internet Explorer.

Alternatively in Edge:

Go to the Settings option under More (triple-dot icon), then under “Clear browsing data,” click “Choose what to clear.” On this page, make sure “Cached data and files” is checked, then click “Clear.”