When you visit a website or web application, your web browser saves information locally to your computer to enable web pages to perform quicker.
When this data is saved it is called browser cache. Normally this is a positive thing as it ensures that the browser does not need to download the same static resources over and over again.
Sometimes browser cache can prevent you from seeing a recent change that has been made to a page as the data is being loaded from your local storage instead of directly from the webpage. Given time, the browser cache will normally update automatically but you can also clear the cache manually if required.
As there are many web browsers being used across various devices, it is not possible to provide links to cache clearing guides for all browsers. Please see some links to guides for common browsers below.
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