Over time, your browser accumulates information in memory (cache) which can accumulate and conflict with some web applications. Clearing a web browser’s cache can such problems. With Chrome:At the top right, click on the three horizontal lines Click on " More tools " then " Clear browsing data ".To delete everything, select " All data " (see screenshot below).Check the boxes for " Cookies and site data " and " Cached images and files ".Click on " Clear data ".With Microsoft Edge:At the top right, click on the three vertical lines.Click on " History " then " Clear browsing data ".To delete everything, select " Anytime " (see screenshot below). Check the boxes next to " Cookies and saved website data " and " Cached data and files ".Click " Clear ".With Safari (MAC):Note: The fastest way to clear your cache is to use the following shortcut: [cmd] + [alt] + [e].Select the first item "Safari" in the main menu then in the "Preferences ..." drop-down menuA popup window opens. Click on the "Advanced" tab.Check the option "Show the Develop menu in the menu bar" at the bottom. Now you should see a new menu item in the main menu named "Development".If you click on this "Develop" menu, you can select "Clear caches" from the submenu.Reload the site.With Safari iOS (mobile):On your iPhone, or iPad, open Settings.Select Safari.Tap on the option Clear history, site data.Confirm on Clear.With Firefox:On your computer or device, open Firefox.At the top right, click on the three horizontal lines.Click on " Options " then " Privacy and security ".In the Cookies and site data section click on Clear data .Check the boxes next to " Cookies and site data " and " Cached web content ".Click on " Delete ".With Internet Explorer:For * Internet Explorer, just go through the menu by clicking on " Tools " then " Internet Options " .In the " General " tab , click on the " Delete ... " button ( Browsing history section ) and check at least the " Internet files and temporary website files " box .* Please note that we do not recommend the Internet Explorer browser as it is no longer supported by Microsoft.