Clear Cache in Google Chrome
In the event Google Chrome is not loading a website correctly and seems to be stuck on an old site, this process will reset the DNS cache.
- Open Google Chrome.
- In the address field, enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData
- In the window that opens, click the Advanced tab and set the "Time range" to "All time" in the drop down.
- Remove all of the checkmarks with the exception of "Hosted app data", make sure that option does have a check mark. Click the "Clear data" button.
- Close Google Chrome and reopen. The browser should now be using new DNS information received from the Internet.
Clear Cache in Microsoft Edge
- Click on the three horizontal dots in the top right corner of the browser and go to Settings.
- Under Clear Browsing Data select Choose what to clear and make sure Cached data and files is checked off.
- Click Clear to remove the data.
Clear Cache in Firefox
- Click the menu button and select Preferences.
- Select the Privacy & Security panel.
- In the Cookies and Site Data section, click Clear Data….
- Remove the checkmark in front of Cookies and Site Data.
- For more information about managing site data, see Manage local site storage settings.
- With Cached Web Content check marked, click the Clear button.
- Close the about: preferences page. Any changes you've made will automatically be saved.
Clear Cache in Safari
- Select the first item "Safari" in the main menu and from the drop-down the item "Preferences..."
- A popup opens. Click on the tab "Advanced".
- Check the option "Show Develop menu in menu bar" at the bottom. Now you should see a new menu item in the main menu named "Develop".
- If you click on the menu item "Develop" you can select "Empty Caches" from the submenu items.
- Reload the site.