Tuesday, December 01, 2009 11:55 PM
I have been using Shift-F5 to do refresh on IE, but someone told me it is Ctrl-F5. Is there a difference or is it Meta-F5? Also, where are these bindings defined?
Wednesday, December 09, 2009 8:32 PMModeratorThe shortcut is CTRL+F5 for which will fetch a new version of the page from the server regardless of any local cache. Which is different from F5. A full list of shortcuts is at:
- Marked As Answer by Andy SterlandMicrosoft Employee, Moderator Friday, January 29, 2010 2:09 AM
Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:57 PMIs the problem with the my network here?Use Fiddler2 to find out. Ctrl-F5 causes requests to be made as if there is no cached version, so no checking is done. F5 forces a check so if a server in the path is agreeing with the check the cached version is what would be used. Some users have discovered that there are (unexpectedly) caching servers in between their client and the original host which acknowledge the check, apparently without actually knowing the state of the document on the host.Is there something wrong with the link? It cannot be opened.It prompts login by a Live ID, probably because it is marked as �??Retired KB Content�?�.HTHRobert Aldwinckle