refresh or reload

On the Web, it refers to updating a Web page in your browser to see if any of the content has changed since the last time you were there.

At the top of your Web browser, usually to the right of the back button, there is a button that enables you refresh or reload the current Web page. Hint: To make sure you are seeing the most recent version, hold down the Control key on your keyboard while you click on the refresh or reload button.

On social media sites, it refers to the action of swiping down on the screen (then a rotating circle appears) to load any new content into your feed.

See also : cache  load  
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