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How Do I Clear the Cache and Cookies in Chrome? Firefox? Safari? iPhone? Android? Internet Explorer? Google?

What is cache and why should I care? Your cache is used by your web browser, smartphone, and even gaming machine to decrease page loading time. By storing a copy of the page to load the next time you visit, your browser can skip the time associated with loading all the page’s objects and making database calls, something that happens every time the page is loaded. Typically the cache will clear on a page update – that is, when a page changes, your browser will reload the page’s objects and make new database calls to ensure you’re seeing the newest version of the page. However, sometimes caches get borked up and cause problems. That’s when you need to learn how to clear them. If clearing the cache doesn’t fix your problem, you may need to clear your cookies as well. We show you the quickest and easiest way to do that…

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Speed Up Your Drupal Website with Caching

What is caching? A cache is a repository that saves a static version of a page, and loads it up when a user requests it. Websites, as well as browsers, use caching to reduce page load times and increase performance…

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How to Stop a Firefox Memory Leak

Firefox is our browser of choice. It’s fast, stable, and developer friendly. It has tons of useful plugins and themes (skins) you can use to customize and make Firefox your own. The only problem is that amidst the excitement of adding all these cool plugins, you won’t realize the incredible amount of memory that Firefox will begin sucking from your system. The result? Slower loading web pages, a slower PC, slower everything. Fortunately, there’s a couple steps you can take to get Firefox back on the fast track…

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Best CDN Providers: Azure vs AWS vs Rackspace vs Incapsula vs Cloudflare vs Akamai vs Cloudfront

Is your site slowing down? Are you losing traffic because your content is taking too long to load? You might want to look into getting a CDN which can not only speed up your websites (providing an SEO rankings benefit since Google is known to take page speed into account), but also provide security (block malicious bots and users), thereby saving bandwidth and reducing your hosting costs…

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