Clearing Your Browser's Cache

Updated Sep 09, 2018

Your browser stores graphics and text as it displays them to you. This is called a cache (pronounced "cash").

Sometimes, data in the cache interferes with display a new version of a webpage. For example, a page in a Canvas course that has changed. Clearing your cache ensures that the new content of a webpage come right in to your browser for proper display.

The links below come from an excellent website: Refresh Your Cache

How to Clear Your Browser's Cache

Use the links below to see instructions for your browser:

Browsers

Chrome - Mac - Windows

Firefox - Mac - Windows

Safari - Mac - Windows

Internet Explorer - Windows 

Once you clear your browser's cache, be sure to refresh the page. This loads the latest version of the page.

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