I think Mrangjunboon2017 is just trolling you. As for Mr.Follow's suggestion, most web browsers use F5 as a hotkey for refreshing the page. If your browser doesn't do this, you configured it differently, or your keyboard has been configured differently (it sounds like this is your case), then it may be a different key or there may not be a hotkey for it at all. Even so, I don't think refreshing the page would help. A regular refresh only clears your browser's cache and loads a new copy from the server. Chances are the reason for the delay is the server's cache; which isn't cleared be refreshing the page. If the issue is that a new edit (like content, CSS, or a template) is not showing, chances are that the server needs to re-cache the particular page. That can be done by purging the page. However, features such as the admin dashboard, wanted pages, unused images, and the list of double redirects typically use a cache of stored statistics. Updates of these caches cannot be forced except by staff. Most of them are set to update every 24 hours; which is why I suggested waiting 24 hours.
F5 is usually overridden on laptops and does not do the old "refresh" function like it does on most desktops. Also, on Macs, F5 is often completely ignored. The usual way to restore overridden F5 "refresh" functionality is to hold down the Fn (Function) key, if that is present on a keyboard.
All browsers usually have an alternative key combo to "refresh" besides F5.
Please don't talk about functionality based on only your personal experience unless you know the recipient has the exact same config.
Andrewds1021 wrote: I think Mrangjunboon2017 is just trolling you. As for Mr.Follow's suggestion, most web browsers use F5 as a hotkey for refreshing the page.
**Not my personal experience** please read the messages before answering! Andrewds1021 said that MOST browsers have F5 as a key and your saying that ALL of it has it that is not true according to fandom they say to use F5 as the main refresh key mainly for cache, scripts and etc that has to relate to wiki settings.
Staff don't update the count. If they did, it would take years. It is done by script that runs every so often because running it constantly for the thousands of wikis they have would require far too much computational resources.
F5 won't help with these types of cachine issues. As far as I am aware, there is no way for a user to force the scripts to run. They typically run every 24 hours or so but if it has been a while (like a few days), then you can contact staff and ask them to force the script to run.