¿How to refresh my browser data?
Delete your browser’s Caché
Upgrading your browser has to do with clearing your navigational data and in particular with the cache. Your browser stores information from the previous day so that your online services work quickly… but often your browser doesn’t refresh all those new features automatically. So you have to make the changes manually.
Deleting your browser caché won’t delete your information, it will only refresh your online sites and programs.
If your browser is Chrome:
- Go to the upper-right corner top right of your brouser window and click on the settings menu (three lines boton or wrench).
- Click on the “Settings” menu.
- Use your mouse and scroll down to the bottom and Click “show advanced options”.
- Click on the “Delete browsing data”
- On the popup window choose from this list only the “delete cache”and proceed to deletion.
If your browser is Firefox:
- On your Browser’s top menu open “tools” and click on “Delete private data” and then choose “delete caché”.
- Click the Firefox menu in the top left corner.
- Next, select the right arrow next to History >, and click Clear Recent History (or click on Tools then Clear Recent History if you don’t have the Firefox Menu).
- Make sure ‘Details’ is expanded, then select Cachefrom the list. Uncheck everything else.
If your browser is Internet Explorer:
- Once your browser is open, click the gear at the top right to open the settings menu.
- Then, select Safety
- …and Delete Browsing History
If your browser is Safari:
- On your Safari main menu
- Click on the Safari tab
- Select empty caché