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Deleting Temp Internet Files

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by jonuck, Jan 27, 2003.

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  1. jonuck

    jonuck Thread Starter

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    Although I can delete "Temporary Internet Files" manually using "Internet Options" when I select " Empty Temporary Internet Folder when browser is closed" it will not do so. Is there something I am doing wrong or maybe not doing at all. I am running Win 98se and my browser is IE v6. The system is running perfectly and at the moment is very stable. Anyone out there with any suggestions. Would appreciate any help. :confused:
     
  2. 12volt

    12volt

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    I have found that it is ez'er to just go to my computer,C:'
    windows, and open the temporary intrenet files, then at the top click edit and select all. this will hilite the files jest go to the top and hit delete. if there are a lot of files it will take a few minutes


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  3. jonuck

    jonuck Thread Starter

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    Thanks for response 12volt, your method is indeed simple and effective, but it is still a manual method and perhaps I am being more curious than desperate as to why the command does not be come effective. I am convinced that there must be an explanation.

    Cheers, jonuck.
     
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