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How to Reload a Web Page in Google Chrome

Reloading a page, page refresh in other words, may become a necessity while browsing the web. You can reload a web page in Google Chrome in a number of ways and we will demonstrate each of them in this tutorial.

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You may need to reload a web page for several reasons. For example, the page may get stuck while loading or it may have dynamic features that require a reload to display as in some news websites.

There are a number of ways to reload a web page in Chrome and we will demonstrate each of them below.

Ctrl + R

When you have a Chrome window open and active, you can reload the web page in it by pressing Ctrl + R keys simultaneously. This will reload the page and any changes that were made to the page since the first load will take effect.

Reload Button

Once a page is fully loaded, you can reload it by clicking the Reload Button.

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Right Click on the Tab Title Bar

You can reload a web page by right clicking on the tab title bar and selecting Reload option from the menu. The page will be reloaded.

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Right Click on the Page

If you right click on an empty space on a web page, a popup menu will appear. You can reload the page by selecting Reload option from this menu.

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F5

You can reload a web page by pressing F5 key.

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