Speed Up Your Web Surfing By Clearing Your Browser Cache

One of the most important tasks when using the internet often is clearing the cache of your browser. Basically, browsers will save in your history web pages that were visited previously. This allows these pages to load faster when you visit again.

However, this may create an issue where your browser is pulling up older files than what is currently loaded on the webpage. This can cause issues when you are viewing web mail or accessing client portals. Quite honestly, clearing your cache often will solve over 50% of your "internet" issues and speed up your browsing load time significantly. 


Basic instructions for clearing cache for popular browsers:
 

Internet Explorer (8)

  1. On the menu bar, click on “Safety”.
  2. Select “Delete Browsing History”.
  3. Select the boxes next to the data to be cleared.
  4. Click “Delete”.


Internet Explorer (older versions)

  1. On the menu bar, click on “Tools”.
  2. Select “Internet Options”.
  3. Select the “General” tab.
  4. Click “Delete Files”.


Safari

  1. On the menu bar, click on “Safari”.
  2. Select “Empty Cache”.
  3. When asked, “Are you sure you want to empty the cache?,” click “Empty”.


Firefox

  1. On the menu bar, click on “Tools”.
  2. Select “Clear Recent History”.
  3. Select which “Time range to clear”.
  4. Select the boxes next to the data to be cleared.
  5. Click “Clear Now”.

 

  • Lee Reams II

  • I am a marketing junkie who has spent the last 20 years developing and executing "best in class" word-of-mouth marketing campaigns. With over 10,000 happy clients I think we are on to something. The explosion in web marketing and social media have redefined the way independent professionals market their practices. Follow my blog to see if you can take some of our actionable ideas to market your own practice.

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