With multiple-region site, it contains multiple versions of same content with slight variants, violate google penalty for duplicate content, and may potentially impact SEO. In this case, it is important to tell google your multiple-regional site structure and make search engine crawlers understand the pages relevant to certain regions. Thus, google can rank ...
It looks like you are setting up website across multiple countries. For google rating, it is important to let google understand your multiple-country setting, especially which page are targeted at which regions and languages. It can help google rank only relevant pages in search research for the particular visitor based on his location, avoid SEO penalty of ...
When you click from the search results to the old IP address, you get an error page. Googlebot will see this and remove the page from the search index shortly (usually within a few days). Because it is already return an error page, there is nothing additional that you need to do. Clearing the cache for your home page in GSC isn't going to help because ...
You can get to Crawl Stats by using the nav bar to the left. It's under the "Legacy tools and reports" section, if that's what you're referring to.
As far as manually indexing and crawling on a page-by-page basis, you can no longer access the old style of Google Search Console for those, you have to use the new version.
For more information on how ...
As long as it is about adding (topical relevant) content, you will be fine (very, very low risk). Google loves updated content - as this shows that you care about your readers.
If it is about changing the content (and therefor maybe mix up the topic evaluation/weighting, which google does internally), chances are higher to get some shaking within your ranks.
If you want to check a certain page and not get a count of how many pages are indexed, you can search for a phrase from the page.
Choose a 6 to 10 word phrase from that page
Put it in quotes
Search for it in Google
For example if I search for a phrase you used:
"Google search to see how many pages are indexed"
As of now, Google shows no results ...
If you don't own the website, Google's site: operator can give you some rough info. It's not that accurate, though.
If you do own the website, use Google Search Console to check the Index Coverage report. This should give you an accurate count of the number of pages that are indexed.