Refresh Web pages automatically by going to "Tools," clicking on "Internet Options," choosing the "Settings" option and turning on the option to "Check for Newer Versions of Stored Pages." Keep the Internet from pulling up the cached version of a Web site with information from a software developer in this free video on Web sites.
Hi, my name Dave Andrews. Today I'm going to show you how to refresh web pages automatically. Let's go to our computer. Some times a web page gets stuck in what's called the cache of temporary Internet files, and then you have to press the refresh button or click refresh to pull down the newest version. Let's click on our start button and open the Internet. Now what I'm going to do from here to make sure that my computer will always refresh web pages when I go to them, instead of showing the cache version, is we want to go to tools and Internet Explorer, let's click Internet options. Now, next to browsing history in the middle here, we want to click on settings. This pulls up the temporary Internet files and history settings. What I want to do is I want to change this to check for newer versions of stored pages every time I visit the web page as opposed to when I start Internet Explorer automatically or never. Now, if I set that to every time I visit the web page, then all the web pages that I use will automatically refresh themselves, every time I go to them and I just gotta click o.k.to save my new settings. It's that easy to change your temporary Internet files settings. My name's Dave Andrews and I've just showed you how to refresh web pages automatically.