Clearing your cache to try and fix page errors
Every time you visit a Web page, your browser saves the contents of the page, as well as all the images and other files that are necessary to make it work. Then, when you re-visit the same page, it uses the saved files for that page, because it's quicker than having to download them again.
That's why the second time you visit a Web page is almost always quicker than the first time you visit it.
The storage place where everything is saved is called the cache (sounds like "cash").
The problem is that on occasion Lottery Post has new versions of important files, but your computer is still trying to use the ones that are stored in your cache. The result is that the web page does not operate properly, and you may get error messages. The solution is to clear all of the saved files from your cache. Then, the next time you visit a web page, your computer is forced to download new versions of all the files, and everything works like it should.
Clearing out your cache of temporary Internet files will NOT damage your computer or hamper your web browsing. In fact, it's a good practice to clear out your cache once a week — just like changing the oil in your car: it's good, healthy maintenance.
If you don't know the version of the browser your using, select "Help" and then "About".
Scroll down to locate your browser's instructions on clearing your cache.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 or 11 (IE10 or IE11)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 (IE9)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 (IE8)
Safari (for Mac or PC, all versions)
iOS devices — iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch
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