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MSM Hobbes

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Back in Nov '03, the following was posted by Elvandil
CacheSentry and CacheMonitor are useful for deleting "stray" files, keeping index.dat honest, and monitoring the contents of the cache:

http://www.enigmaticsoftware.com/

Spider ( http://www.fsm.nl/ward/ ) will help with management of the index.dat files. But be very selective which you delete. Most are rebuilt by Windows, but deleting the index.dat in C:\WINDOWS\PCHealth\HelpCtr\OfflineCache\, for example, is permanent and causes the loss of the ability to run System Information without a tweak.

Other useful tools (free):

Internet Cache Explorer
http://www.icmasterdata.com/ice.html

STG Cache Audit
http://www.stgsys.com/audit.asp

IE Cache Cleaner
http://home.nordnet.fr/~pmdevigne/L...cheCleanerE.zip
Has anyone else had good/bad experiences, any comments, pros/cons of any of these tools?

Esp. for Win98SE computer, using IE 6.0, on a DSL...

Thanks!
Rob
 
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