Since Windows 10 release, people don’t necessarily have to install a third-party tool for viewing PDF files because the PDF viewing feature has been mounted in Microsoft Edge.
Therefore, upon Windows 10 installation, Microsoft Edge not only appears as a default Internet browser but also as a default PDF viewer.
Not sure this is the right place to ask, but maybe someone else has a similar experience and an idea how to workaround? Only when I open the page in Mobile Safari, it still uses the wrong file from cache. Still, I don't understand why it clears in app-mode and why it doesn't clear in Mobile Safari. Clicking Even though this is a bit hacky, maybe have a go at this workaround (I'm assuming this is for development) As per the notes in disabling ajax cacheing here How to disable Ajax caching in Safari browser?
you could set no-cache headers while developing or in plain HTML like this obviously it won't fix your initial issue of being stuck.
If the One Drive icon doesn’t appear automatically on the notification area of the taskbar, please copy and paste the following command in the Run command dialog box and then click OK button.The use of a manifest file for offline apps is quite new, and has strange quirks for each browser.