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Browser cache not updating

A cache is a collection of snapshots and data from web pages you've visited in the past.

We do not recommend disabling automatic updates in the background, but you can follow these instructions to do so if you must: After you do this, the browser will no longer update automatically in the background.

You could add many types of characters to the query string value, but numbers are a logical way to do it, because then you can just increase the number, and even add decimal places if you want.

And of course, if you don’t change the value for a while, the browser will continue to cache (or preserve) the file, and won’t attempt to download it unless other factors force it to, or you end up updating the query string value.

In time, the cache may take up a big chunk of your computer's memory.