To refresh a browser, click the "Refresh" button next to the address bar, or press "F5." For a hard refresh, which will reload all elements of the page being viewed, hold down Shift+F5. To force a refresh, for example, w... More »

The refresh button tells the Internet browser to reload the current website. It requests the entire page again from scratch. While refresh buttons were often necessary in the past, modern websites typically update inform... More »

Though a computer does not have a "refresh" button, the F5 button does have refresh capabilities that enables its user to reload a page in any Internet browser. This functionality allows a person waiting for something to... More »

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