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Re: Not a hosta question

  • Subject: Re: Not a hosta question
  • From: Alttara Scheer <alttara@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Sep 2001 20:29:32 -0400

Hi Sam,

This is the "cache"; these are pages that you have visited, that are stored on your computer so that you won't have to wait for them to load, next time you go there. And no, you don't need to save any of them, although you'll be online longer, waiting for them to load next time. You can set the cache in your browser preferences, to clear it, or set how long pages are cached for,


Sam wrote:

Do I need what is in the Temporary Internet Files?  There are tens of thousands of files in there (totaling 46.2 MB.) and a lot of them are duplicates.  Lots of pix and even e-mails.  If Ihave a cookies file, then why is there a temp. internet file?  And then there is the Temp. File,what's with that?Thanks for any information!IGLH
Sam I Am
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