Update Those Pages
Do you visit the same Web sites often? Or maybe there’s a site that you visited a long time ago and you’d like to go back to it. Either way, you’re going to want to see the most updated version of that site, right? Well, of course, who wouldn’t?! As long as you have that particular site stored in your system, you can use this next tip.
To ensure you always get the most recently updated site, you just have to change a quick setting in your Web browser of choice. If you use Internet Explorer, open it up and go to Tools, Internet Options. Once in there, look for the Temporary Internet Files section and click on the Settings button. A new box will appear and at the top, there is a section that says “Check for newer versions of stored pages:.” This is where you can choose which way you would like to go. In this case, the most practical would be “Every visit to the page.” With this option checked, IE will check for the newest version of the site every time you visit.
You can also do it every time you start Internet Explorer, automatically or you can choose to not do it at all. Choose which one you prefer and click OK twice.
If you use Firefox, this feature is used through the bookmarks you have. Keep reading the newsletter to find out more about that.