Empty cache and cookies

If a Web page does not display its content correctly in your browser, you can try to empty cache and cookies and restart the browser to resolve the issue.

Clear history in your browser

Internet Explorer
Ctrl + Shift + Delete

Windows: Ctrl + Shift + Delete
Macintosh: Command + Shift + Delete

Windows: Ctrl + Alt + E
Macintosh: Command + Alt + E

Google Chrome
Windows: Ctrl + Shift + Delete
Macintosh: Command + Shift + Delete

Each browser stores information from your visited websites, such as images and other downloaded elements. It is stored in the browser’s cache and is useful when you return to the website, since the browser won’t need to download the elements again. However this can also cause the browser to function slower. Emptying the cache occasionally improves the speed and performance of the browser significantly.

What is cookies?

A cookie is a small file which a website creates and puts on your computer. Cookies are normally just a helpful and safe file. When you visit a website that uses cookies, it sends out a question to your browser to see if the cookie is already saved. Next time you visit the site (if you chose to save cookies of course), your browser will send back the cookies that belongs to that site. Cookies inform the website who you are and in return it displays information that is appropriate for you. Cookies store information that identifies you. Information such as your name and email address. A website has only access to the information you provide. For example, a website can never know your email address unless you provide it. A website may never have access to other information on your computer than what you have specified yourself.

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