Browsers are usually pretty smart and try to prevent downloading the same thing over and over again by caching some data.
This works great for almost everything, except for when we release an update for the console. Most users won't have to do this, but some won't see any changes and will most likely have to clear their browser cache to force the browser to receive all the changes.
Here's a list of how to clear your cache on different browsers
- From the “Menu” button in the upper-right corner of the Chrome window, choose “More Tools” > “Clear browsing data…“.
- Press “CTRL” + “Shift” + “Delete” in Windows or Linux, or “Command” + “Shift” + “Delete” on Mac OS X on your keyboard.
- Select “Menu” > “Settings” > “Show advanced settings…” > “Clear browsing data…“.
- Select the “Clear browsing data” button, and Chrome will clear your cache.
Click here to read about clearing your cache in Firefox:
- From your Safari menu bar click Safari > Preferences then select the Advanced tab.
- Select: Show Develop menu in the menu bar
- Now from the menu bar click Develop > Empty Caches
- Select Tools (via the Gear Icon) > Safety > Delete browsing history
- Make sure to uncheck Preserve Favorites website data and check both Temporary Internet Files and Cookies then click Delete.
- You will get a confirmation at the bottom of the window once it has successfully cleared your cache and cookies.
Launch your Edge browser and click on the 3-lined Hub button in the top right corner.
Next click on the clock-shaped History button.
If you click on Clear History and then on Show more, you will be able to delete and clear your browsing History, Cookies, Data, Temporary Internet Files, Cache, etc.
Select Cached data and files and click the clear button.