Getting previous pages to LOAD faster... How to?

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BigDaveinNJ

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I have a 56K dial-up connection and I know I am quite limited with surfing speed. I use IE6 and I have heard that there is a way... I believe it has something to do with CACHE, where you can go back to a web page you just were at a few minutes ago ... and ... instead of it taking forever to RE-LOAD, it will load in quickly.

I don't mind a previously viewed page taking awhile to load if it is constantly updated, especially with a lot of images but I hate it when you have to wait for the exact same page to load in.... all over again.

How can I improve this? Are there any browser settings or other settings somewhere in WIN98se that I should tweak? Or, perhaps there is some other program I could use to help me with this frustrating situation.

Thanks in advance :)

DAVID
 

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In IE, go to Tools > Internet Options and Settings.
Where it says, Check for New versions of pages, what is checked and what is set as amount of disk space used for files??
 

BigDaveinNJ

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Thanks DEL.... OK, it is set to check for newer versions of pages EVERYTIME I START INTERNET EXPLORER.... also, there is 10MB set as the limit for temporary internet files, as was suggested by Brian (not sure) or someone on this site a couple of years ago.

Does this tell you anything? Also... i have an option set somewhere to Delete all of my TIFs whenever IE is closed.

Thanks again.

DAVID
 

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Change it to automatically. What is happing is that it goes back to the site everytime you hit the back button.:D
 
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