Every web browser stores temporary Internet files, which allow frequently visited websites to load faster. Graphic images (such as buttons and icons), photos, and even entire web pages are all examples of things that can be cached.
When visiting a webpage your browser checks if a copy of the files on the page is in its cache, or memory, already. If so, it will show you the version it loaded the last time you visited the page to make the page load faster.
The problem with this is, if you’re checking your own web pages to make sure any recent revisions were completed and look correct, your browser could be keeping you from seeing the most updated version of that page.
That’s why we’re sharing these amazing tutorials that will show you how to clear your cache from any web browser:
- Google Chrome (PC or Mac)
- Google Chrome (Android)
- Google Chrome (iPhone)
- Mozilla Firefox (PC or Mac)
- Safari (PC or Mac)
- Safari Mobile (iPhone)
- Internet Explorer (PC)
- Android Browser (Android)