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					                  Web browser setting to avoid computer cashing.

ETI realized that some computers have a cashing problem, which sometimes let users
view a page from computer’s memory instead of showing an updated page. In order to
avoid this problem; please configure your computer to the following settings.

Settings for IE 5.0 and IE 5.5 web browsers:

Note: IE stands for Internet Explorer. It is the blue e symbol   that you see on your
computers taskbar or the desktop.
To find out what version of IE you are running, open IE and go to menu Help and sub-
menu About Internet Explore.

1. Open IE 5.0 or IE 5.5.
2. Go to menu Tools, sub-menu Internet Options.
3. From Temporary Internet files block, click on Settings…
4. In Settings window, from “Check for newer versions of stored pages:” select the
   option “Every visit to the page”.
5. Click on OK to make these setting permanent on the current computer you will be
   using.
6. Leave the other settings to their default value.
Settings for Netscape 4.4, 4.5 or 6 communicator browser:

Note: If you are using Netscape communicator as your web browser, you’ll see the
Netscape Navigator symbol         on your computers desktop or taskbar.
To find out what version of Netscape Navigator you are running, open Netscape
Navigator and go to menu Help and sub-menu About Communicator...
1. Open Netscape 4.5 , 4.6 or 6.0 communicator.
2. Go to menu Edit, sub-menu Preferences…
3. While at Preferences window, click on the plus sign by Advanced(for Netscape
   Navigator 4.5 or 4.6), or click on the arrow by Advanced(for Netscape 6) and select
   Cache.
4. For Netscape 4.5 or 4.6, from “Document in cache is compared to document on
   network:” block, select the option, “Every time” OR for Netscape 6, from "Compare
   the page in the cache to the page on the network:" bock, select the option "Every time
   I view the page"
5. Click on OK to make these setting permanent on the current computer you will be
   using.
6. Leave the other settings to their default value.

				
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