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If that is the case, we will submit the request and add it the Submission History table.However, if we detect that the page is still live on the web we will prompt that you can only submit an outdated cache removal (see steps below).Apologies if we’ve missed your browser in the list, but hopefully the majority of readers are now covered!
You can submit an outdated cache removal request for a page that is live on the web (HTTP status code 200) and for which we still have old and outdated content in our cache by doing the following: We will now check whether the page actually no longer contains the words that you've entered.
If we've established that, your request will be added to the Submission History table below, showing you the date, Content URL, Removal Type and Status, along with the HTTP Status Code we received from the server.
The Submission History table will show you the most recent submissions that were made for the Microsoft account with which you are logged in.
To make your life a little easier, we’ll show you how to disable auto-refresh on all the major browsers. Disabling auto-refresh on Chrome is a little more complicated than on other browsers because you can’t do it directly through the browser. To do this, type into the address bar, search for “discarding,” and change “Automatic tab discarding” from Default to Disabled.
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When a page is still live on the web, the Bing crawler (Bingbot) will revisit it in regular intervals to update the content in our index and store a copy in the Bing cache.