Watch Cricket Online Properly

Watch Cricket OnlineThis instructional guide explains how to watch cricket online properly. It will help you to watch live streaming cricket matches online without buffering.

If you are interested to have a consecutive stream to watch your cricket online and enjoy your favorite cricket match live, you must be aware of two major factors which interact with each other continually: your connection speed and how to maintain your web browser. So we suggest you to follow these 03 steps before watch a cricket match live online.

Step 01: Know your Internet Connection Bandwidth before watch cricket online

Step 01: Clean your web browser

Step 03: Choose a link

Know your Internet Connection Bandwidth before watch cricket online

If you already know your real bandwidth, you don’t want to test it again. But it’s very important to know your actual bandwidth (not the speed promised by your service provider, they are heart breakers). To test your Internet connection bandwidth to locations around the world, we recommend Speedtest.net. Visit Speedtest.net and test your real bandwidth.

Recommended minimum bandwidth to watch live streaming cricket is, 256 kb/s. You can still watch cricket streams even your bandwidth is lower than that, but you may face difficulties like buffering.

Clean your web browser and watch cricket online

The second important factor is clear your browser. It’s really important to keep your browser clean as much as possible. (Nowadays, you can use private browsing with all major web browsers.) However to watch a consecutive live stream, you need to clear browser cache regularly. Please follow provided instructions to delete your browser cache.

Using Internet Explorer to watch cricket online

  • To reload a page and bypass the cache:
    • Either: Hold the Ctrl key and press the F5 key.
    • Or: Hold the Ctrl key and click the “Refresh” button on the toolbar.
  • To completely clear the cache:
    • Internet Explorer 9:
      1. Click “Tools” (the Gear-shaped button on the top-right section of the browser), point to “Safety” and click “Delete Browsing History…” (keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+⇧ Shift+Del).
      2. Select “Temporary Internet Files”, and click “Delete”. (If Fab Pretty Cricket is in your list of favorites, you may need to turn off the “Preserve Favorites website data” at the top of the dialog box.)
      3. Internet Explorer 9 will now silently delete the items you have chosen. Once finished, the notification bar appears at the bottom of the screen, stating that the selected browsing history has been deleted.
    • Internet Explorer 8:
      1. Show the Delete Browsing History box:
        • Either: Hold the Ctrl and ⇧ Shift keys and press Del.
        • Or: Click the “Tools” menu then select “Delete Browsing History”.
        • Or: Click the “Safety” command bar button then select “Delete Browsing History”.
      2. Then: Make sure “Temporary Internet Files” and “History” are checked, and click “Delete”. If you want, you can also opt to delete cookies (but this will cause websites to forget any settings you have provided).
    • Internet Explorer 7:
      • Click “Tools” and select “Internet Options”, choose the “General” tab and click “Delete Files” under the Temporary Internet Files section. If you want, you can also opt to delete cookies and browsing history.
    • Older versions of Internet Explorer:
      • Click on “Tools” and then “Internet Options”, and choose the “General” tab. Then click on “Delete…” under “Browsing history”. In the “Temporary Internet files” section, click “Delete Files…”. You will then get a dialogue box asking if you want to delete just the temporary files, or all off-line content. Choose the latter and click “OK”.
  • To change cache settings (normally not needed: only do this if you are reasonably confident about what you are doing):
    • Select Tools ‣ Internet Options ‣ Temporary Internet files ‣ Settings… to make advanced configuration changes to the cache.
      • There is an option labeled “Check for a new version of stored pages”. This does not bypass the cache, it merely determines how often the browser asks whether there is a newer version available.

Using Google Chrome to watch cricket online

  • To reload a page:
    • Either: Click the Reload button on the navigation toolbar.
    • Or: Press F5.
    • Or: Press Ctrl+R.
  • To reload a page and bypass the cache:
    • On Windows: Either: Hold down ⇧ Shift and click the Reload button on the navigation toolbar.
    • Or: Hold down Ctrl and click the Reload button on the navigation toolbar.
    • Or: Hold down ⇧ Shift and press F5.
    • Or: Hold down Ctrl and press F5.
    • On Mac OS X: Hold the ⌘ Cmd key and press the R key.
  • To disable the cache:
    • Add --disk-cache-size=1 --media-cache-size=1 command line switches to the shortcut target.
  • To clear the cache:
    1. Go to the “Tools” menu (the three horizontal bars on the upper right of the browser) and click on “History” (Shortcut: Ctrl+⇧ Shift+Del).
    2. Click on “Clear all browsing data…”
    3. Select the types of data you want to clear, include “Empty the cache” option.
    4. On the “Clear data from this period:” drop-down list, select one of the following:
      • Everything to clear all data from the specified period.
      • Past day to clear the data only from the last day.
      • Past week to clear the data only from the last week.
      • Or Last 4 weeks to clear the data only from the past 4 weeks.
    5. Finally, click “Clear browsing data”.

If you are the kind that would prefer to keep the data in your cache but test what Fab Pretty Cricket would be like with an empty cache as opposed to without one, you can use the “incognito” browsing option which is explained hereafter.

Using Firefox and other related browsers to watch cricket online

This includes Firefox, SeaMonkey, Netscape 6, et al.

  • To reload a page and bypass the cache:
    • Either: Hold down both the Ctrl and ⇧ Shift keys and then press R. (Alternatively, hold down the Ctrl key and then press F5.) On a Mac, use the ⌘ Cmd key instead of Ctrl.
    • Or: Hold down the ⇧ Shift key and click the Reload button on the navigation toolbar.
  • To completely clear the cache:
    • In versions of Firefox that display a single, orange “Firefox” button: click the “Firefox” button and click “Options”. Select the “Advanced” section, and go to the “Network” tab, and click the “Clear Now” button. Then click “OK”.
    • When Firefox displays a menu bar, from the “Edit” or “Tools” menu, choose “Preferences” or “Options”. Select the “Advanced” section, and go to the “Network” tab. Click the button called “Clear Now”. Then click “OK”.
    • In SeaMonkey and later versions of Netscape, choose Edit ‣ Preferences…, expand the “Advanced” section and choose “Cache”. Click on the “Clear Cache” button.
  • To disable caching (usually not necessary; only do this if you are reasonably confident about what you are doing):
    • For Firefox
      1. Choose Tools ‣ Options… (or Edit ‣ Preferences in the Linux version).
      2. Choose “Advanced” at the top.
      3. Choose the “Network” tab.
      4. Change the cache size to 0 (zero).
    • For SeaMonkey
      1. Choose Edit ‣ Preferences…
      2. Expand the “Advanced” item near the left bottom.
      3. Choose “Cache” item.
      4. Change the “Size” value to 0 (zero).

If you would keep your data in your cache and test Fab Pretty Cricket with an empty cache, you can use Private Browsing mode.

Using Safari to watch cricket online

  • To reload a page and bypass the cache:
    • for version 4 and newer:
      • Hold down the ⇧ Shift key and click the Reload toolbar button.
    • for version 3 and older:
      • Hold down the ⌘ Cmd key, and press R. This kind of “regular” reload will usually bypass the cache.
      • Note that Apple claims that clicking the “Reload” toolbar button has the same effect as ⌘ Cmd+R, but this is not true; frequently the button will not bypass the cache. In fact, numerous Web developers have reported general erratic behavior in bypassing the cache with Safari, in some cases having to resort to both clearing the cache (see hereafter) and then quitting and relaunching the application.
  • To completely clear the cache:
    • From the “Safari” menu, choose “Empty Cache…” or hold down the ⌥ Opt and ⌘ Cmd keys and press E.
  • To disable the cache permanently (this method only works on old versions of Safari 2 on Mac OS X 10.4 and previous versions, and is not recommended as it may potentially (although rarely) cause system instability):
    1. Quit Safari by choosing “Quit” from the “Safari” menu, or by holding down the ⌘ Cmd key and pressing Q.
    2. Open a Terminal window by double-clicking “Terminal” within the “Utilities” folder, which is within the “Applications” folder.
    3. Type the following commands, which are case-sensitive, each followed by the ‣ Enter key:
      1. rm -rf ~/Library/Caches/Safari
      2. touch ~/Library/Caches/Safari
    4. Quit Terminal by choosing “Quit” from the “Terminal” menu, or by holding down the ⌘ Cmd key and pressing Q.
    5. Relaunch Safari.
  • To disable the cache for the session (requires developer menu to be enabled; go to “Preferences”, pick the “Advanced” tab, then click “Show Develop menu in menu bar”):
    • Click “Develop”, then click “Disable Caches”.

Using Opera to watch cricket online

  • To reload a page:
    • Either: Click the Reload button on the navigation toolbar.
    • Or: Press F5.
    • Or: Press Ctrl+R.
  • To reload a page and bypass the cache (v11.62+):
    • Either: Hold down ⇧ Shift and click the Reload button on the navigation toolbar.
    • Or: Hold down Ctrl and click the Reload button on the navigation toolbar.
    • Or: Hold down ⇧ Shift and press F5.
    • Or: Hold down Ctrl and press F5.
  • To completely clear the cache:
    • From the “Tools” menu, choose “Preferences”. Expand the “Advanced” options and choose “History”. Click the “Empty now” button.
    • Alternatively, you can clear the cache, history and cookies: From the “Tools” menu, choose “Delete private data”. Click “Details”, make sure that “Delete entire cache” is selected, and then choose any other data you want to remove.
  • To disable the cache permanently (only do this if you are reasonably confident of what you are doing):
    • From the “Tools” menu, choose “Preferences”. Expand the “Advanced” options and choose “History”. Click on the dropdown menu for “Disk Cache” and select “Off”.
      • Note: On a Mac the “Tools” menu does not have a “Preferences” option. “Opera ‣ Preferences” is the correct menu item.
  • To set up Opera to bypass the cache of specific files without needing to clear the entire cache:
    1. From the “Tools” menu, choose “Appearance” (or press ⇧ Shift+F12).
    2. In the dialogue, select “Panels” and tick the “Info” and “Show panel toggle at edge of window” checkboxes.
    3. Now there will be a clickable bar along the left edge of your browser window.
    4. Click the bar and select “Info” (

      icon) and this will give you a list of files used in the page.

    5. You can now select any single individual file for which you want to selectively bypass cache (as mentioned before – using F5 or ⇧ Shift+Reload).

Using Konqueror to watch cricket online

  • To reload a page and bypass the cache:
    • Either: Press F5.
    • Or: Click the “Reload” button on the toolbar.
    • (Unlike other browsers, Konqueror seems to bypass its cache whenever you reload a page.)
  • To completely clear the cache:
    • From the “Settings” menu, select “Configure Konqueror”. Scroll down to select the icon labeled “Cache”, and click the button labeled “Clear Cache”.

Using Flock to watch cricket online

  • To completely clear the cache:
    1. Go to the “Tools” menu and click on “Options”.
    2. Go to “Privacy” and then click on “Cache”.
    3. Click on “Clear Cache Now”.
  • Flock v1.0.8 for Mac instructions:
    1. Go to the “Flock” menu and click on “Preferences”.
    2. Go to “Privacy” tab and then, under “Private Data” (bottom field), click on the “Clear Now…” button.
    3. Select the “Cache” checkbox (only, or in combination with other desired options).
    4. Click the “Clear Private Data Now” button.

Using OmniWeb to watch cricket online

  • To completely clear the cache:
    • From the “OmniWeb” menu, choose “Flush Cache” or hold down the ⌥ Opt and ⌘ Cmd keys and press U.

Source: Wikipedia


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