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woodshaver Tony C

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#1 posted 03-29-2020 11:04 PM

Jim,
emptying your cache means you’ve simply forced your browser to rebuild its cache from scratch as it loads or re-loads pages. Any cache-related issues should be cleared up….. Sometimes!

If you want to give it a try Jim this will walk you through it. Not sure it this will help or not.
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Here you can select in the upper dropdown- “time range” menu, for which time period you want to delete the cache data. You can select between “last hour”, “last day”, “last week”, “last four weeks” or “all”.

The Cache & Cookies should already have a check mark in the box. If you see anything else you would like to dump just put a check mark in and then click “Clear Data” button near the bottom.
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