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Solved [Solved] Clearing URL's and Temporary Folders

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Tuppence2, Jan 12, 2003.

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  1. Tuppence2

    Tuppence2 Guest Thread Starter


    Would someone kindly point me to the location of the folder that contains url's visited, so that I may delete them. I don't want to use a proprietary temporary cleaner if possible. Or should I leave them for the system to clean in its own time?

    OS Win2K
    450 Memory

    Thank you,

  2. anlore2001


    Sep 6, 2001
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    Penny, Here is the instructions to clear your temporary internet files (in Green), Cookies (in Blue) and the history (in Red)-- where you have been. The bold faced items should be done in the begining, no matter what task you need to complete.
    1. Click on the start button.
    2. Go to settings.
    3. Go to control panel.
    4. Double click on internet options.

    5. Click on delete files button.
    6. Check delete all offline content.
    7. Click ok.

    8. Click on the settings button.
    9. Choose every visit to the page.
    10. Click on the view files button.
    11. Click the edit menu.
    12. Click select all.
    13. Press delete on your keyboard.
    14. Close the window.
    15. Click ok.

    16. Click on the clear history button.
    17. Click ok.
    18. Click ok.

    I personally do all items in order to optimize(??) your system. Good Luck

  3. Huon


    Aug 16, 2002
    If you have upgraded to IE6, it is easy. In the browser , tools, internet Options, then you can press a button to clear history.
    What vintage is your browser?
    Whups, beaten to it.
  4. Tuppence2

    Tuppence2 Guest Thread Starter

    Thank you both:D Now I shall be nice and clean:cool:

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