A browser's cache stores temporary website files which allows the site to load faster in future sessions. This data will be recreated every time you visit the webpage, though at times it can become corrupted. Clearing the cache deletes these files and fixes problems like outdated pages, websites freezing, and pages not loading or being unresponsive.

Clear your browser's cache in Edge
Clear your browser's cache in Safari
Clear your browser's cache in Firefox 
Clear your browser's cache in Chrome

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