Let’s see how we can disable it in Firefox and Internet Explorer. Scroll down the list until you see the entry “Allow META REFRESH”.
Select “Disable”It is understandable that some websites update frequently, so the auto-refresh function will enable its readers to get the latest content.” and click on the “Network” entry. At the moment, Chrome and Safari do not come with any feature to disable the HTML Meta auto-refresh tag.
It includes information about the update, and helps you to install it.
The browser checks for updates at regular intervals; to do a manual check, select the menu item .
Also it might be that the user wants the auto-update to work most of the time, and wants to kill it only in special cases (during being in poor internet area).