How to delete your temporary internet files

Web browsers, such as AOL have a tendency to cache, or store, previously viewed web pages into the temporary internet files folder.  By doing this, the browser will speed up the viewing of the page the next time you look at it.  However, if you are making changes to your website, it can be a very frustrating, because it will appear as though nothing has changed.  The solution is to delete your temporary internet files.

Note: You can also force your browser to manually refresh your page by pressing CTRL+F5 at the same time on your keyboard.  This should reload the current page.

Through Internet Explorer

1. Open Internet Explorer
2. From the menu bar, go to Tools -> Internet Options
3. Press the Delete Files button

4. Press OK

Through AOL

1. Open AOL
2. From the AOL top bar, press the Settings button, as shown below:

3. Select Accessibility from the AOL Settings menu

4. Press the Delete Files button
5. Press
OK

Through FireFox

1. Open FireFox
2. From the menu bar, go to Tools -> Options...
3. Select the Privacy icon
4. Press the Clear button to the right of Cache, as shown below:

5. Press OK

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