Browser cache not updating
This indicator provides the processing time, including the total time and the time for each step, for a completed transaction. Point to the clock to view a tool tip with the response time.
The following example shows the response time for retrieving a filtered list in a demo instance. However, it does not appear for simple operations (such as paging through a set of records or changing the sort order of a list) or for the first transaction in a session. To view a detailed breakdown of the browser processing time on forms, click browser.
I also noticed that the file says "None" within the Expires column..sure if that's an issue as I would think it needs to expire before it checks for another file.
Maybe I'm mistaken on this as I don't fully understand caching with IE11 but either way I waited several hours and this client I'm testing never picked up the new (again, the version number was incremented up and I know how to check which version is on the client within the registry as previously noted). I'd love to get this tested so I can begin using Enterprise Mode but I can't figure out how to get clients to refresh the file when I make a change to the file.
Browser designers noticed that most web sites had many of the same elements on multiple pages.
This document will outline basic troubleshooting steps to try to isolate the source of slow response times.
When you first visit a page on this site, the browser downloads the logo into the cache, and then displays it on the page you’re viewing.
If the Firefox or Sea Monkey browser process from the previous session did not exit properly, the next time you attempt to start your Mozilla browser it may fail to start with no error messages.
Along the way, we’ll review the steps to clear it in Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome and try to dream up some reasons why that sometimes helps. What that means is that it’s faster to get something from your hard disk than it is to get it from the internet.
Even with today’s faster internet speeds, that still holds very true.