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Many web browsers come pre-configured to cache or store the web pages that you visit in order to speed future page load time. This works well for web pages that don't change much, but is problematic for site's containing lot's of data that changes frequently. The Eclipse web site contains large amounts of dynamic data-driven content. For best results, you want to set your web browser to display new content as soon as it becomes available to you.
CHANGING YOUR BROWSER SETTINGS:
MS Internet Explorer
// Specify the amount of memory cache:
// -1 = determine dynamically (default), 0 = none, n = memory capacity in kilobytes
To disable the memory cache completely, add the following code:
// Disable memory cache:
Note: This information is also found in RESL163402 Eclipse Functionality: When I log into the Eclipse web site ... my screen does weird things. What should I do?
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