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How to clear browser cache/history

Every web browser stores a cache of the websites you visit (e.g. HTML pages, images) to reduce bandwidth usage and server load. This is called the browser’s cache. Clearing it occasionally can free up space on your computers hard drive if it’s running low. Since every browser is different, the following sections will outline the steps involved in clearing the cache for several popular web browsers.

Select your Browser and perform accordingly :-

TopInternet Explorer

Note: IE8 has a “feature” which retains some cookies even after you clear your cache if you do not UNCHECK the “Preserve Favorites Website Data.” If you truly need to clear your cache, you will want to uncheck this!

Internet Explorer 8

  1. Click “Tools”.

    Once your browser is open, click the Tools menu. Or, optionally you may simply press Ctrl-Shift-Delete to open the Delete Browsing History window (and skip step 2)

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  2. Delete Browsing History…

    Click on Delete Browsing History…

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  3. “Temporary Internet Files”.

    Select Temporary Internet Files.

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  4. Click the Delete button near the bottom of the window to delete your temporary files (i.e. clear your cache).
  5. If you want the browser to automatically clear the cache whenever you close it, click the Advanced tab. Click to check the box next to the Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed option (in the section labeled Security). Click OK. This will delete everything except cookies.

Internet Explorer 7Top

1. Open IE 7 and click the Tools menu. Click the Delete Browsing History link at the top.

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2. Under the Temporary Internet Files heading, click Delete files…

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3. Click Yes when you see the prompt asking if you are sure you want to delete all temporary files.

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Alternatively, clear your cache for just the current page you’re visiting. Press and hold [Ctrl] on your keyboard, then Press [F5] or click on the Refresh button (square button on the toolbar with opposite-facing arrows).

FirefoxTop

Firefox 3.5 / 3.6

  1. Click the Tools menu, then select Clear Recent History.
  2. Everything

    Choose the time range of cache you’d like to clear.

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  3. Cache

    Click on Details and make sure Cache is checked.

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  5. Select Clear Now.

Firefox 1.5 / 2.0 / 3.0Top

Below is the full method, although it is possible to simply go to Tools, and select Clear Private Data.

  1. Tools > Options

    Go to Tools and select Options… (on Linux, go to Edit then Preferences).

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  2. Privacy > Settings

    Go to the Privacy tab and click the Settings button.

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  3. FF13

    Clear private data

    Make sure Cache is checked on the list of options to clear.

  4. Return to the Options menu and click the Clear Now button.

Firefox 1.0

  1. Click the Tools menu and select Options (on Linux, go to Edit then Preferences).
  2. Click the Privacy button and select the Cache tab.
  3. Click the Clear Cache Now button.

Google ChromeTop

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    Tools menu

    Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu (the wrench in the upper-right corner) and select Options.

  2. Clear browsing data

    On the Under the Hood tab, click the Clear Browsing data… button.

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  3. Clear cache

    Select the Empty the cache check-box.

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  4. Select your time period.

    You can also choose the period of time you wish to delete cached information using the Clear data from this period dropdown menu.

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  5. Done!

    Click the Clear Browsing Data button.

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SafariTop

Safari for Mac OS X

  1. “Click Empty Cache”

    Once your browser is open, click the Safari menu and select Empty Cache….

  2. Click Empty.

Safari for Windows

  1. Once your browser is open, click the Edit menu and select Empty Cache….
  2. Click Empty.

OperaTop

  1. Once your browser is open, select the tools menu and click delete private data.
  2. Click the details button.
  3. If you do not wish to delete cookies, saved passwords, etc., remove checks from them in the list.
  4. Press delete.
  5. If you are using the Nintendo DSi browser, go to History (accessible from the start page (press start button) & extended toolbar) and touch Delete All.
  6. Then go to the start page again and touch Settings.
  7. Then scroll down until you find Delete Cookies and touch that.

Mozilla SeaMonkeyTop

  1. Once your browser is open, click the Edit menu and select Preferences.
  2. In the left-side list, open the Advanced node and select Cache.
  3. Click the Clear Cache button.

KonquerorTop

  1. Once your browser is open, click the Settings menu and select Configure Konqueror.
  2. Scroll down in the list of images and select Cache.
  3. Click Clear Cache.

WarningsTop

  • Deleting your browser’s cache is NOT the same as deleting cookies. See this link for deleting cookies.

Tips

  • You can also use a third-party software like CCleaner, which can clear multiple caches at once.
  • If you wish, you can disable the cache entirely in your browser’s options panel by choosing the ‘do not remember history’ option or simply browse incognito. The cache is used to speed up access to websites by loading data from the local memory rather than downloading it, however you probably will not notice a difference from a high-speed internet connection.
  • You may also want to clear your browser’s cookies.

How to Clear Your Browser’s CookiesTop

Online safety is the number one priority for many people in the world today. Clearing your Internet browser’s cookies can help by deleting the information that websites have gathered about you and stored on your computer as small text files. Most of these files are completely harmless, but others store where you went, what you did, and any personal information you gave. Web sites may also allow other websites (their advertisers, for example) to put cookies, known as third-party cookies, on your computer. This is a simple guide to clear your browser’s cookies to ensure that companies are not keeping tabs on what you do online.

  1. Internet Explorer 6
  2. Internet Explorer 7
  3. Internet Explorer 8
  4. Firefox 3.0
  5. Firefox 3.5 & 3.6
  6. Opera
  7. Konqueror
  8. Google Chrome
  9. Safari
  10. Tips

Internet Explorer 6Top

  1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Internet Options and select the General tab.

  2. To delete all cookies, in the Temporary Internet Files section, click Delete Cookies and press OK.
  3. If you wish to delete only specific cookies and keep others, instead of Step 2:
    1. Click the Settings button, then click View Files.
    2. Scroll through the list and select the cookies you want to delete.
    3. Multiple cookies can be selected by holding down the CTRL key while clicking.
    4. Press the Delete key.
    5. Press OK on any dialog boxes that appear.

Internet Explorer 7 Top

  1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Internet Options and select the General tab.
  2. To delete all cookies, in the Browsing History section, click Delete.
  3. Then click Delete cookies.
  4. Click Yes.
  5. If you wish to delete only specific cookies and keep others, instead of Step 2:
    1. Click the Settings button, then click View Files.
    2. Scroll through the list and select the cookies you want to delete.
    3. Multiple cookies can be selected by holding down the CTRL key while clicking.
    4. Press the Delete key.
    5. Press OK on any dialog boxes that appear.

Internet Explorer 8Top

  1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Internet Options and select the General tab.
  2. To delete all cookies, in the Browsing History section, click Delete.
  3. Uncheck the top Preserve Favorite Website Data box.
  4. Then check the box next to Cookies. Check the other boxes at your own discretion.
  5. Click Delete.
  6. If you wish to delete only specific cookies and keep others, instead of Step 2:
    1. Click the Settings button, then click View Files.
    2. Scroll through the list and select the cookies you want to delete.
    3. Multiple cookies can be selected by holding down the CTRL key while clicking.
    4. Press the Delete key.
    5. Press OK on any dialog boxes that appear.

Or

  1. Hit Ctrl+Shift+Delete.
  2. Click Delete.

Firefox 3.0Top

  1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Options and select the Privacytab.
  2. Click the Show Cookiesbutton.
  3. To delete all cookies click the Remove All Cookies button.
  4. To delete specific cookies, click View Cookies and look through the list of the sites you wish to delete the cookies for, and press Remove Cookies. You can even expand each site to delete specific cookies from each site.

Firefox 3.5 & 3.6Top

  1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Clear Recent History
  2. Select a timeframe from the Time Range to Clear dropdown menu. It is generally best to select Everything.
  3. In the details list, make sure Cookies are selected. If you also want to clear your cache, make sure that is selected as well.
  4. Click Clear Now.
  5. To delete specific cookies, you will need to go to the Tools menu and click Page Info, then click the Security tab. Click View Cookies and look through the list of the sites you wish to delete the cookies for (you may have to remove the text in the Search field for this), and press Remove Cookies. You can even expand each site to delete specific cookies from each site.

OperaTop

  1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Delete Private Data and click the Details button.
  2. If you wish to keep things such as history, saved passwords, cache, etc., uncheck those items and click Delete. You may get a dialog that says “Active transfer has not been removed.” if you are currently downloading a file.
  3. If you want to only delete certain cookies, click Tools and hover Advanced and click Cookies. From this screen, you can search for and select cookies to be deleted. To do so, select the select the site or the individual cookie and click Delete.

KonquerorTop

  1. Once your browser is open, select the Settings menu and click Configure Konqueror.
  2. Scroll down and select Cookies.
  3. Click the Management tab.
  4. Select the cookies you wish to delete and click Delete, or click Delete All to delete all cookies.

Google ChromeTop

  1. Once your browser is open, press Control + Shift + Delete.
  2. Ensure that delete cookies is selected.
  3. Click clear browsing data. Alternatively you can click the spanner icon in the top left, select clear browsing dataand repeat steps 2 and 3.

Mac Users, click Chrome in the top menu and choose Clear Browsing Data… or press “Command+Shift+Delete” Then check the Delete cookies and other site data Then press the Clear browsing data

SafariTop

  1. Go to the menu labeled “Safari”
  2. Select the sub-menu “Reset Safari…”
  3. Un-check all the checkboxes except “Remove all cookies”
  4. Select the “Reset” button

Or

  1. Go to the menu labeled “Safari”
  2. Select the sub-menu “Preferences…”
  3. Select the “Security” tab at the top of the window
  4. Select the “Show Cookies” button
  5. Click “Remove All”

TipsTop

  • It is a good idea to clear your browser’s cookies on a regular basis.
  • You can disable or restrict cookies through the sections above. This is recommended for security reasons, but will render some sites inoperable. It is possible to only allow cookies for sites that you specify.
  • It is a good time to clear your browser’s cache while you are clearing the cookies. The cache stores information, images, and web pages on your computer for quick and easy access. Hackers can obtain crippling financial information from your cache if you’re not careful.

How to Flush Dns

Select your Operating System and follow the steps

  1. Windows XP
  2. Windows Vista and Windows 7
  3. Mac OS
  4. Linux
  5. Tips

Windows XPTop

  1. Click the “Start” button and choose “Run.” Or, hold down the Windows key and the “R” key at the same time.
  2. Enter the letters “cmd” into the “Run” box and hit the “Enter” key.
  3. Type “ipconfig /flusdns” into the window that appears. Be sure to leave a space between the “G” and the forward slash. Hit the “Enter” key. When you see a message that says, “Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache,” you are done.

Windows Vista and Windows 7Top

  1. Click the “Start” button or hit the Windows key to bring up the programs menu. Type the letters “cmd” into the search box and wait as the search results compile.
  2. Right-click on the icon labeled “cmd” that appears under the “Programs” menu. Choose “Run as administrator.” The screen will flash and a message will appear asking for permission; click “Accept.”
  3. Type “ipconfig /flushdns” after the “C:\Windows\system32″ prompt that appears. Make sure you leave a space between the “G” and the forward slash. Wait for the “Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache” message to appear to complete the process.

Mac OSTop

  1. Click on the Apple menu and choose “Applications.” Select “Utilities” and then click “Terminal.”
  2. Type “lookup -flushcache” into the terminal if you are using Mac OS X Tiger or an earlier version. Make sure to leave a space between the “P” and the dash. Hit the “Enter” key to complete the process.
  3. Enter “dscacheutil -flushcache” into the terminal if you are using Mac OS X Leopard or a later version. Be sure to leave a space between the “L” and the dash. Hit the “Enter” key to finish.

LinuxTop

Restart the nscd daemon, which manages the DNS cache, by typing the following in the terminal:

  • /etc/rc.d/init.d/nscd restart.

TipsTop

  • You can wait for up to 24 hours for a negative DNS entry to be flushed from a cache automatically.
  • In Windows, you can also modify your registry to alter the length of time that an entry is stored in the DNS cache. Go to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Dnscache\Parameters registry key.
    • Under MaxCacheTtl, you can edit the maximum time (in seconds) that the results of a DNS lookup will be stored in the cache. The default value for this field is 86,400 seconds or 24 hours.
    • Under MaxNegativeCacheTtl, you can edit the maximum time (in seconds) that the results of a negative or bad DNS lookup will be stored in the cache. The default value for this field is 900 seconds or 15 minutes

ConfirmationTop

How to check site pages working with new update/changes

You can check your site using a proxy url as a confirmation site works fine with new changes. Please do not use any username & password while checking your site or other sites in proxy. Only use to check your current website pages

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