How do I refresh my browser?

There are instances that you need to refresh the web page you’re on. It’s either because there’s new information that you have to update, a bug to fix, or it’s simply not loading. You can simply hit F5 if you’re using Google Chrome, Command + R for Safari, and Control + R for Firefox. You can also follow the instructions below.

1. Click on the curved arrow icon . This can be found at the left side of the URL box in Chrome and Firefox, and it’s on the right side for Internet Explorer and Safari. Once clicked, the icon will be replaced with small X. You can click on that X if you want to stop refreshing. Otherwise, it will go back to the curved arrow icon once the page is refreshed.

2. Or click on the actual URL like you were going to type something new, and hit Enter.

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