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16 July 2009 

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If you hear an old broadcast, the reason may be the settings on your Internet browser. Browsers are often set to store Web pages in cache (temporary) memory. Make sure your browser is set to look for new versions of pages every time you visit a site.

For users of Internet Explorer:

  • Pull down Tools and choose Internet Options
  • Under General click on Delete Files (to empty temporary Internet files)
  • Now click on Settings
  • Under "Check for newer versions of stored pages" choose Every visit to the page 

For users of Netscape Communicator:

  • Pull down Edit and choose Preferences
  • Under Advanced choose Cache
  • Under "Document in cache is compared to document on network" choose Every time 

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