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Clearing Your Cache

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Deleting cache data helps to troubleshoot, decrease the loading time of webpages, and increases the performance of your computer/device. It is good practice to clear/empty your Cache every two weeks. This issue may affect your experience on Markful due to images not loading properly, or timeouts when navigating our site. Below are simple instructions on how to clear your cache on all browsers:


Google Chrome

Click the three-dot menu in the upper right-hand corner of the webpage.

Select More Tools>Clear Browsing Data.

This will open a dialog box to delete your browsing history as well your download history (it will not delete your actual downloaded files, cookies, cached images and files (which help load pages faster when you revisit), saved passwords and more. You can delete only the info from the last hour, day, week, month, or all of them with All Time.

Microsoft Edge

Click on the three horizontal lines (also known as the Hamburger).

Select Settings>Settings (again)>Privacy, search and services>Clear Browsing Data.

Choose the files that you want to clear.


Super easy!

Click History>Clear History

Mozilla Firefox

Click on the three horizontal lines (also known as the Hamburger).

Click Options>Privacy & Security.

This will open a dialog box where you can select aspects of your history (Browsing & Download History, Active Logins, Form & Search History, Cookies, Cache). Select the options you wanted to delete and then click OK.


Click the Clock Icon in the Navigation far on the left.

Select the aspects you wanted to delete (similar to Chrome).

Click Clear Browsing Data.




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