A cache is a temporary storage location for website information. A browser cache stores information that allows websites to load more quickly, whereas a Domain Name Server (DNS) cache stores website address information that makes it easier to navigate to the website. If you are experiencing difficulties with loading WellnessLiving pages, clearing your browser cache and DNS cache will help resolve those issues, ensuring that WellnessLiving applications run smoothly on your computer.
If you’re experiencing cache-related issues, you should record a video of the issue, including your attempt to resolve the issue by clearing your cache, and send the video to WellnessLiving Support to assist us in solving the issue.
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To clear your browser cache in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, or Safari:
- To learn how to clear your cache in Google Chrome, see Clear cache & cookies on the Google Support website.
- To learn how to clear your cache in Microsoft Edge, see View and delete browser history in Microsoft Edge on the Microsoft Support website.
- To learn how to clear your cache in Firefox see How to clear the Firefox cache on the Mozilla Support website.
- To learn how to clear your cache in Safari see Clear your browsing history in Safari on Mac on the Apple Support website.
To clear your DNS cache in Google Chrome:
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- In the address bar, enter chrome://net-internals/#dns and then press Enter.
- Click Clear host cache.
To clear your DNS cache in Firefox:
- On your computer, open Firefox.
- In the address bar, enter about:networking#dns and then press Enter.
- Click Clear DNS Cache.
To clear your DNS cache on Microsoft Windows:
- On your Windows computer, type cmd in the search bar.
- Click the Command Prompt
- In the command prompt, enter ipconfig/flushdns and then press Enter.
To clear your DNS cache in Mac OS:
- On your Mac, press Command + Space to open Spotlight.
- Type in Terminal, and double click the Terminal application that shows up in the search result.