If you browse the Internet with Microsoft Internet Explorer, it is a good idea to have the browser check for new versions of Web pages "every time you visit the webpage." This helps ensure you always view the most up-to-date versions of Web sites with time-sensitive data (such as a news site). Another reason to enable this setting is because sometimes IE will not display the latest updates to your Web site after you publish modifications.

To adjust when IE checks for newer versions of pages, first click Tools then choose Internet Options. Under Browsing History in the popup that appears, click Settings. In the next popup that appears, make sure "Every time I visit the webpage" is selected and click OK. Now you can click OK in the previous popup to complete the process.