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How do I clear my browser cache?


As you browse the internet and access different websites, your web browser will store temporary files of these accessed sites (cached data). The purpose of this, is to load the requested site faster each time you visit and any newer versions of the site will be stored as they become available. In general this system speeds up your browsing experience, but occasionally an error or conflict will happen with the cached data. To resolve this you will need to clear the cached data in your browser application from time to time.


Steps for clearing the cached data on the 3 supported District 204 Browsers are below:


Google Chrome Instructions


1. With Google Chrome Open, press the follow keys to open the “CLEAR BROWSING DATA” window.

   a.  Windows PC with Chrome open, press CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE

   b.  ChromeBook with Chrome open, press CTRL+SHIFT+BACKSPACE

2. Select the settings as shown

3. Then select the CLEAR BROWSING DATA button

4. Close Google Chrome by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Q, then try the website again



Internet Explorer Instructions


1. With Internet Explorer open, press: CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE

2. Select the settings as shown


3. Then select DELETE

4. Close Internet Explorer, then try the website again



Microsoft Edge Instructions


1. With Microsoft Edge open, press: CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE

2. Select the settings as shown


3. Then select CLEAR

4. Close Microsoft Edge, then try the website again

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