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Guide: How to Auto Refresh Webpages on Chrome, Firefox, and Opera Browsers
Sometimes you need to refresh a web page automatically. You could be following a game score, or something new, or maybe you are waiting for results to be listed on your college website and a long refresh countdown can be very demoralizing.
Earlier, we discussed an online service called Refresh This that can automatically refresh a website in any browser, but it turns out the service has joined the dead pool of web services. Yes, it no longer works.
If you are looking for an online alternative, you can try Lazywebtools, but these services are quite unreliable.
So today we’ll see how to integrate this feature directly in your browser (Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera) so you can refresh web pages instantly without using a third party service.
Automatic refresh in Chrome
Download and install Super Auto Refresh Plus from the Chrome Web Store to enable auto-refresh in Google Chrome. After you install the extension, it will automatically renew button appears in the extension section. Now open the page or a new tab that you want to reload automatically and click on the extension button
On the extension, choose the time interval after which you want the page to reload automatically and press Start buttonThe extension will then start working and show a countdown timer on the icon. When the timer countdown is complete, the page will refresh automatically. To stop the automatic renewal, click Stop button in the extension.back to menu ↑
Automatic refresh in Firefox
To feature In Firefox, download and install the Auto Refresh add-on and restart your browser. Now open the web page you want to refresh and select the auto-refresh time period from the right-click menu under the Auto-Refresh option.
You can enable the timer on the individual page or on all open tabs. There is also a hard refresh option available in the add-on. The default time in the shortcut menu can be edited with the Customize option.back to menu ↑
Automatic refresh in Opera
Update: This option no longer works by default. Opera has recently updated its engine and no longer supports direct auto-refresh. However, you can install Super Auto Refresh Plus in Opera to use Auto Refresh feature
The auto reload option is available by default in Opera and therefore no extension is required. To reload a page in opera, right-click anywhere on the page and select the time interval under the Reload every page section. Some default time intervals are provided by default, but if you want to manually configure the time, click the Custom option.
To turn off the auto-reload option, click Never button
Quick info: Did you know that adjusting the refresh time and frequency on an LCD screen is more difficult than on an old CRT monitor?back to menu ↑
This will automatically reload web pages in Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera. I tried to find a way for Internet Explorer users, but had no luck.
Again, as an advice to anyone using Internet Explorer, I would recommend that they switch to one of the above browsers to get a better browsing experience on their computer.
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