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Do the F12 developer tools in Internet Explorer 11 also have the "Always refresh from server" feature of the developer tools in IE 8-10? (Ctrl R)" button on the Network tool, but clicking on it appears to do nothing (the Temporary Internet Files folder still has files in it afterward).
I also have the "Check for newer versions of stored pages:" setting set to "Every time I visit the webpage", but this does not appear to always refresh external assets.
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It seems they have added the "Always Refresh from Server" button in the RTM version of IE11 that ships with Windows 8.1 It is found in the Network tab of the developer tools, 3rd button from the left.
I have this on, and I can view the response body of the downloaded JS to see my changes, but it's still running the old Java Script !?
Now if I change the logo, say I update it with a new one, then the browser is supposed to notice that the image is newer than what it has, and update/replace the copy in its cache. What you're experiencing isn't all that uncommon, though its persistence through the steps you've taken to clear it up is.As we've discussed before, your internet browser - be it Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera or any of the others - typically keeps what's called a 'cache' of recently downloaded files.Every once and a while after I visit a website (such as and NASDAQ.com) when I go back to it old information comes up on the website. The only thing that solves the problem is running defrag, but only temporarily, as soon the issue will reoccur. The fact that defragging has an impact is completely mysterious.For instance, I went to a week ago and now every time I go the scores, news stories, stats, etc. Certain pieces of info on the website are current and sometimes clicking a link will bring up current info, but most is old. Let's look at what happens under the hood, what steps we would normally take to clear it up, and then make some guesses as to what else you might try.