How to Hard Refresh and Reload a Page in Edge Under Windows 10?
Many time this happens when you are customizing a page and will not refresh and continues to use the cached page. In this case, the best thing to do is to refresh and reload the Page in the Edge Browser Cache.
The normal way to reload a page is to click on the page refresh icon at the top left of the browser next to the address bar. However if a page has a long “Time To Live” (TTL) the browser will reload the cached page and not fetch a new copy of the modified page.
To force Edge to clear the page from cache you must do a hard refresh by pressing the “Ctrl” key on the keyboard and then click on the refresh icon on the left side of the search bar.
How to build intelligent, cross-device apps with little to no code, here is a demo by Microsoft’s, Charles Lamanna
Now you can use the Power Platform to build low to zero code, intelligent, scalable, and automated, cross-device apps in a fraction of the time. You’ll see a demonstration of the latest updates from AI Builder to help you to more easily infuse intelligence into your apps and processes. Plus, check out Robotic Process Automation, for next-gen user interface automation, that uses machine learning to modernize how you can now interact with your legacy apps. At Microsoft Ignite 2019, this was session THR2274: Microsoft Power Platform: Going under the hood of Microsoft Dynamics 365, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI with Charles Lamanna. Charles Lamanna is the Corporate Vice President for Citizen Application Platform. This includes PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, Common Data Service, AI Builder, and the Dynamics 365 Platform. Charles has worked across many products at Microsoft, including Exchange Online, Microsoft Azure, and Dynamics 365. Charles originally joined Microsoft in 2013 when MetricsHub, a company he founded, was acquired by Microsoft and integrated into Microsoft Azure.