Browser cache (pronounced "cash") is a collection of files and webpages that are downloaded by your browser and stored on your computer for faster web viewing. Although, sites will load faster, sometimes you will not be viewing the latest version of that website. To force your browser to go out and grab the latest version of websites you can clear the cache.
Select the Tools button, then choose Internet options.
Choose the General tab.
Under Browsing history, click Delete.
In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, make sure Preserve Favorites website data is unchecked and then select Temporary Internet Files and website files, Cookies and website data, and History, click Delete and the OK.
To make sure the changes take affect, close Internet Explorer and then open it back up and try your search again.
Dana has always been inspired by public service. Her interest led her to obtain a Masters Degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs and ultimately to run for public office. Since her election as County Clerk in 1986, Dana has devoted herself to bringing high ethical standards, effective and cost efficient management practices, the benefits of new technology, and high quality customer service to the office of the County Clerk. The Clerk’s Office has a wide range of responsibilities including the conduct of elections; the filing and preservation of real property records; and the management of civil, probate, and misdemeanor court documents.... Read More