There are always some or other technical issues that we face every day. It can happen to anyone anytime. We often face the problem of the webpages not responding or reloading as we want them to. Well, that’s pretty interesting!
It can also be an issue with the web browser or website server. If we know that the website is fine but our browser is clogged with too much cache, then hard refresh often helps.
A few days back, I was working on an important article that I had to submit by the end of the day. I was already very anxious when my browser stopped responding. That irritated and annoyed me to my wits. I had to find an immediate solution to this problem to proceed further. That’s when the hard refresh edge was discovered!
There are two types of refresh: soft refresh and hard refresh. The soft refresh just reloads the page without deleting any cache storage from the browser. On other hand, hard refresh or hard reload will typically try to download the new files and delete the existing data from the browser cache. This helps in resolving the most common issue for the websites not responding or displaying the same old page content.
The Microsoft Edge computer browser does support hard refresh where it deletes all the cookies and cache of the website.
How to Hard Refresh and Reload in Edge for Computer?
The hard refresh Microsoft edge will remove the cache and cookies stored in the browser. It helps in providing a user-friendly experience and downloads the fresh files from the webserver.
Here are the steps to hard refresh edge on a computer:
- Launch the Microsoft Edge browser on your computer.
- Open the Website that you want to hard refresh.
- Press and hold the Ctrl (windows) or Cmd (mac) button on the keyboard.
- Hit on the on the browser next to the URL bar.
This will completely hard reload the webpage and help in loading the new assets and files from the server.
The data stored in the browser cache is deleted along with images, static assets, etc. and the browser will request new files from the server giving a cleaner experience.
Bottom Line: Hard Reload Edge Browser
The Microsoft Edge hard refresh will delete cache and cookies for the site. However, if you want to delete the entire cache and cookies for all the sites from the browser, you can do so.
When I have issues with page loading or the elements within the web page are not loading, I opt for a hard refresh. In most cases, this helps in resolving any website loading issues. I could work seamlessly on my article after using a hard refresh edge since it reloaded the webpage quickly.
Similarly, you can also refresh the page in the Edge android browser. Though this will not be a complete hard refresh, I find it useful to a greater extent.
What do think about using the hard refresh in Edge chromium computer? Did it help in resolving the errors?
Lastly, here are the recommended web browsers for your computer and mobile phone that you should give a try.
|Chrome Windows||Chrome Mac||Chrome iOS||Chrome Android||Firefox Linux|
|Firefox Windows||Safari Mac||Safari iOS||Edge Android||Chrome Linux|
|Edge Windows||Firefox Mac||Edge iOS||Samsung Internet||Edge Linux|
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