When i load up a new page on the internet all the pictures on any page seem to be blury, i can press ctrl & f5 to improve them which works but is ther any setting on my laptop i can change to avoid doing this every time?
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In Internet Explorer click Tools and then Options. Clear Browsing history, Cache and most importantly Cookies. Now open Facebook and log back in.
Finally to Refresh the page hold down CTRL and press F5. This forces a full reload of the page. If you just press the refresh circle at the end of the address bar, it still loads components of the page held in cache. You don't want this!
To restart you browser: Close it and open it again. To completely restart your browser: Restart your PC and open the web browser again. To refresh a webpage: press Fn+F5 or F5 depending on your PC and Settings. To completely refresh a page: press Ctrl+F5
The easiest way to refresh the page within Firefox is to press the F5 key. Make sure if you are using any flash games/videos (like youtube) that you click on part of the page that is NOT the video or game or else F5 will not function properly!
Hope this helps!
I dont totally understand your problem, but I'll do my best.
What i would do is right click on the first page (the one with the icons) and click "View Source" From there a window should pop up with the code used to build the site. Press Ctrl+F to pull up the search panel and type in "key.acscii(" only put in one of the "(" because the key code is in between them. Then take the letters/numbers from between the parentheses and there you go!