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May 21, 2012

Section 1: Clearing Your Internet Cache

The internet cache is designed to help pages load faster by storing images and web pages locally on your machine. This can result in a security risk if an unwanted viewer decides to look through the cache folder. To prevent unwanted security risks please follow the directions to clear your internet cache. Please note that you will have to do this after you have completed this survey. It is also a good idea to do this every time you finish surfing the web if you do not want anyone to know you were at certain websites.

Directions for Clearing the Browser Cache


Internet Explorer (Win9x/NT/2000/Me)
1. From the menu bar select “Tools”.
2. Select the option “Internet Options…”.
3. Under the “General” Tab look for “Temporary Internet Files”.
4. Click on the “Delete Files…” button.
5. Select the “Delete All Offline Content” checkbox and click “OK”.
6. Click “OK” once more to return to your browser.

Internet Explorer (Mac OS)
1. From the menu bar select “Edit”.
2. Select the option “Preferences…”.
3. Select the “Advanced” item in the left menu.
4. Under “Cache” click “Empty Now”.
5. Click “OK” once more to return to your browser.

Netscape (Win9x/NT/2000/Me)
1. From the menu bar select “Edit”.
2. Select “Preferences…”.
3. Under the “Advanced” menu select “Cache”.
4. Click on the “Clear Memory Cache” button.
5. Click on the “Clear Disk Cache” button.
6. Click “OK” once more to return to your browser.

Netscape (Mac OS)
1. From the menu bar select “Edit”.
2. Select the option “Preferences…”.
3. Under the “Advanced” headline in the left menu select “Cache”.
4. Click “Clear Disk Cache Now”.
5. Click “OK” once more to return to your browser.

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