Cache and Java cleaning

In most web browsers cache function is used to display frequently used data, images, and web resources. The caching feature stores (or "caches") the data on the user's computer so that the same information does not have to load every time you visit the same web page. Caching on subsequent visits to the web site or web page is opened faster.

If the web site or web page has been updated since the last visit, the browser detects the update, and then loads the new content instead of old cached version. Sometimes this function is not working properly, and the browser displays the old information.

Attention!

If your browser is automatically detected incorrect, then select it yourself and follow these instructions:

Web-browser cache cleaning OS Windows

  Internet Explorer 9 or later version

  1. In Internet Explorer press Tools (gear icon) and choose Internet Options. If Menu Bar is hidden, press Alt keyboard button.
  2. In Internet Options click the General tab.
  3. In Browsing History section press Delete.
  4. In Delete browsing history dialog box select Temporary Internet Files and press Delete.
  5. Press button.
  6. Close all Internet Explorer windows.

  Chrome 28 or later version

  1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Tools.
  3. Select Clear browsing data.
  4. In the dialogue that appears, choose all time criteria select Clean cache
  5. Click Clear browsing data.
  6. Close Chrome Preferences window.

  Firefox 22 or later version

  1. In Firefox choose Tools, Options.
  2. Press Advanced.
  3. Choose Network.
  4. In Cached web-content section click Clean now.
  5. Press button.
  6. Close all Firefox windows.

  Opera 17 or later version

  1. In Opera open Menu
  2. Choose More Tools, Clear Browsing data.
  3. In New window mark Delete cookies and other site data and Empty the cache
  4. Press Clear Browsing data
  5. Close all Opera windows.


Web-browser cache cleaning MAC OS

  Safari 6.0 or later version

  1. Close all Safari windows.
  2. Choose Safari, Preferences, then select Advanced tab.
  3. Mark flag Show Develop menu.
  4. Close Advanced window.
  5. Now from the menu bar click Develop, Empty Caches.

  Chrome 28 or later version

  1. Close all Chrome windows.
  2. Choose Chrome, Clear browsing data.
  3. Clear browsing data window:
    choose all time criteria;
    put Clean cache flag;
    click Clear browsing data.
  4. Close Chrome Tools window.

  Firefox 22 or later version

  1. Close all Firefox windows.
  2. In Firefox choose, Tools, Options.
  3. Press Advanced.
  4. Choose Network.
  5. In Cached web-content section click Clean now.
  6. Press button.
  7. CloseAdvanced window.


Java cache cleaning

  How to clean Java cache on OS Windows

  1. In the Java Control Panel window click the General tab and click Settings. A dialog box appears Temporary Internet Files.
  2. Click the Delete files dialog box Temporary Files settings. A dialog box appears Delete Files and Applications.
  3. In the dialog box Delete Files and Applications select the three flag and click . All loaded applications and applets will be removed from cache.
  4. Click OK in the dialog box Temporary Files settings.

  How to clean Java cache on MAC OS

  1. Click Apple top icon.
  2. To open, click System preferences icon.
  3. Click Java in Other section, to open Java Control Panel.
  4. Java Control Panel press Settings, Temporary Files Settings.
  5. Press Delete files in Temporary Files Settings.
  6. In the window Delete Files and Applications, click .

In case of cache cleaning didn't help, try to use another web-browser. For example, in case of Firefox usually work, try Internet Explorer browser.