Most web browsers save copies of viewed webpages so they display more quickly if viewed again. That is great if you want to quickly look at the same information again, but not if you want to see the latest information.
Some discount internet service providers also save webpage copies on their own servers and send those copies instead of fresh pages. That saves them money, but can cause their customers to see pages that are days, weeks or even months old. In most cases, both those types of webpage caching can be circumvented by reloading a displayed webpage using the following keystrokes:
Windows: Ctrl + F5
Mac/Apple: Apple + R or command + R
You were previously viewing an old copy if the displayed content changes when you reload a page using one of those methods.
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