Hidden Menu Beside Reload Button

Do You Know there is a hidden “Normal Reload”, “Hard Reload” and “Empty Cache with Hard Reload” options hidden just behind the reload button in Google Chrome?

Do You Know Google Chrome Had A Hidden Menu Beside Reload Button?

If you very often visit any website on the regular basis, there are chances that the website loads much faster compared to first-time visitors. Do you know why this happens? Well, that’s because of your browser cache features that automate the process of saving images, JavaScript and CSS files in the local cache.

However, you always have the option to delete all the saved images, CSS and JavaScript files from the local cache. Having the saved cache for a long time creates difficulty in conveying the communication to the host directly.

If you use Google chrome to access your favorite website, then you might not know but there is a chrome feature available on Developer tool option that allows you to “Normal Reload”, “Hard Reload”, “Empty Cache and Hard Reload” the running tab. However, the feature is hidden.

The options listed are usually the shortcuts. However, regular users might find this tool more handy because this feature also provides the option to “Empty Cache and Hard Reload” in a single click. If you want to use this hidden feature on Google Chrome then follow the steps below.

Step 1. Simply Browse the website that you visit very often. Let’s take the example of Techviral.com

Hidden Menu Beside Reload Button
Hidden Menu Beside Reload Button

Step 2. Now you need to move over Chrome Menu and then click on More tools and then open Developer tools.

Hidden Menu Beside Reload Button
Hidden Menu Beside Reload Button

Step 3. Now here is the tricky part, you need to right click on the Reload button and you will see three options “Hard Reload”, “Empty Cache and Hard Reload” choose whatever you want.

Hidden Menu Beside Reload Button
Hidden Menu Beside Reload Button

If you are facing any issue accessing any website then try the third option that is “Empty Cache & Hard Reload” this will eventually sort out the issue. I Hope you like the article, share it with your friends too!



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