How to Update your Browser to Always Get Latest Web Pages

  Use the following instructions to permanently ensure you always get the latest web page.  
  Microsoft (MS) Internet Explorer (Is No Longer Supported by Microsoft.  You need to Upgrade to MS Edge);  
1. Click "Tools" and then "Internet Options".
2. Go down to "Browsing History" and click "Settings".
3. Under "Temporary Internet Files", where it says "Check for newer versions of stored pages:", click "Every time I visit the webpage".
4. Click "OK" at the bottom of the selection.
5. Close the Browser and Restart it..


MS Edge is Now the Official Microsoft Browser;
1. Click "Settings" and then click "Privacy Search and Services".
2. In "Clear browsing data", click "Choose what to clear".
3. Enable "Cached images and files".
4. Select "Clear Now"..



Firefox also allows the browser to check for newer versions of the page each and every time. It’s called browser.cache.check_doc_frequency and it can be found in the about:config menu of Firefox.

To access it, simply enter this into your URL location box in Firefox:


Then find the browser.cache.check_doc_frequency and change it to 1.

Close the Browser and Restart it.



  To Fix the Chrome Browser- Click here  
Close the Browser and Restart it.



1. Click on the Menu icon in the top right, and go to “Settings”.

2. Go to  Privacy and Security → Clear browsing data → On Exit → Check "Cached images and files" → Save
3. Close the Browser and Restart it.