Clearing Your Web Browser Cache

To Flush DNS for Apple, Linux, Mac and Windows

1. Open a command prompt in administrator mode (Start button > type cmd > right click "Command Prompt" and select Run As Administrator)

2. Type in "ipconfig /flushdns" (without quotes) and press <Enter>

3. Close command prompt window and try browsing to the new MyFSU web page (NOTE - you may have to also clear the browser cache as well)

4. For other OS instructions for clearing the DNS Cache, please follow this link: https://www.whatsmydns.net/flush-dns.html

To Delete Browsing History
  • 1. Open Internet Explorer.

    2. Press: Ctrl + Shift + Del.

    3. If done correctly, the below image should pop up. Click Temporary Internet filesCookies, and History (or any other options you would like to delete), and press Delete

    Clearing Your Web Browser Cache

    4. Your internet cache and/or history will be deleted.

  • 1. Open Chrome.

    2. Press Ctrl, Shift, Delete.

    3. If done correctly, the below image should pop up. Click Browsing history, Download history, Cookies and other site and plugin data, and Cached images and files (or any other options you would like to delete).

    4. Make sure you specify the amount of time you wish to have deleted. Do this by clicking the drop down box at the top. Then press Clear browsing data.

    Clearing Your Web Browser Cache

    5. Your internet cache and/or history will be deleted.

  • 1. Open Firefox.

    2. Press Ctrl, Shift, Delete.

    3. If done correctly, the below image should pop up. Click the Details drop down button. Click Browsing & Download History, Form & Search History, Cookies, and Cache (or any other options you would like to delete).

    Clearing Your Web Browser Cache

    4. Make sure you specify the amount of time you wish to have deleted. Do this by clicking the drop down box at the top. Then press Clear Now.

    Clearing Your Web Browser Cache

    5. Your Internet cache and/or history will be deleted.