Clear cache in Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera and Chrome

Here are instructions on how to clear your cache in the following browsers:

Firefox:

  • Open Firefox and go to Tools > Clear Recent History. Choose the time range and the items you wish to clear and click Clear Now.

Internet Explorer 6:

  • Open Internet Explorer 6 and go to Tools > Internet Options > General.
  • Click Delete Files. Check the box next to Delete all offline content In the window that opens and click OK.

Internet Explorer 7 & 8:

  • Open Internet Explorer 7 and go to Tools > Internet Options > General.  Under Browsing history click Delete.Choose which items you wish to delete and click the Delete button next to each item to delete it.

Internet Explorer 9:

  • In Internet Explorer 9 go to Tools > Safety > Delete browsing history. Then untick the option for Preserve Favorites website data, tick the options for Temporary Internet Files and Cookies and click Delete.

Safari:

  • Open Safari and go to Safari > Empty Cache. Click Empty in the window that opens to clear the cache.

Opera:

  • Open Opera and go to Tools > Delete Private Data. Choose which items you wish to delete and click Delete.

Chrome

  • Click the wrench icon at the top right corner of the screen and go to Tools > Clear Browsing Data. Select the items you want to delete, choose the period for which you want to delete them and click Clear Browsing Data.
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