YouTube thinks my PC is a mobile device

When I use Firefox to visit, she thinks that my desktop PC is a mobile "of phone and transferred me to - how can I re - inform it?"

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You can reload webpages and ignore the cache to refresh potentially stale or corrupt.

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  • Press 'Command + shift + R' (Mac)

Clear the cache and delete cookies only from Web sites that cause problems.

"Clear the Cache":

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'Delete Cookies' sites causing problems:

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  • Put yourself in the DEFAULT theme: Firefox/tools > Modules > appearance
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