(Solved) Netscape 6.2 cache

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kevgp

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Just a question: where is the cache folder for Netscape 6.2?

I tried to look for it but cannot find it, unless it's using the same folder as Netscape 4.7, which is also still on my computer. I tried looking at Edit/Preferences/Advanced/Cache for the location because you can do that in Netscape 4.7. Not the same w/6.2. There is no location line. They actually removed a GOOD thing (go figure). Any ideas on how else I can track it down? Thanks!
 
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I'm on XP right now so can't be sure if it's the same on other OS's but looks like it's stored at: \Documents and Settings\{user}\Application Data\Mozilla\Profiles\{profile}\
 
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I just checked on my Windows 98SE machine and it's stored at:
\WINDOWS\Application Data\Mozilla\Profiles\{profile}\
and then it's in a folder named zbjugywo.slt which is similar if not the same to what the folder name was on my other machine. Within that folder you'll see a cache and newcache folder as well as a few other folders and files (prefs, etc). Looks like all of the files are stored in the newcache folder.
 

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Hey Angel!

Your second post was just what I needed. I am running Win98SE, and I found the folder just where you said. Thanks!
 
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