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View Temporary Internet Files in Internet Explorer

How to view Temporary Internet Files

To find and view Temporary Internet Files in Internet Explorer 9.0:
• Click the Tools menu and select Internet Options.
• The Internet Options dialog window will appear.
• Select the "General" tab.
• In the "Browsing history" area, click the "Settings" button.
• In the 'Temporary Internet Files and History Settings' window, click the 'View Files' button. The new window displays all of the Temporary Internet Files stored on your computer and their location on the local hard drive. The window also displays the URL each temporary file came from.

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How to view Temporary Internet Files

Internet Explorer uses temporary internet files to save copies of the web pages content on the local hard drive. Temporary internet files improves network performance but can fill the hard drive with large amounts of unwanted and old data and compromise your privacy.
View Temporary Internet Files. This article explains how to find and view the Temporary Internet Files in Internet Explorer.
How to view Temporary Internet Files in Internet Explorer?
- view Temporary Internet Files Internet Explorer 9.0
- view Temporary Internet Files Internet Explorer 8.0
- view Temporary Internet Files Internet Explorer 7.0
- view Temporary Internet Files Internet Explorer 6.x/5.x

How do find and view Temporary Internet Files in Internet Explorer?

Webpages are stored in Temporary Internet files folder from the first time you view them in your web browser. This speeds up the display of pages you frequently visit or have already seen, because Internet Explorer can open them from your hard disk instead of from the Internet.
To find and view Temporary Internet Files in Internet Explorer 8.0 /ie 7.0/ie6:
• Click the Tools menu and select Internet Options.
• The Internet Options dialog window will appear.
• Select the "General" tab.
• In the "Browsing history" area, click the 'Settings' button.
• In the 'Temporary Internet Files and History Settings' window, click the 'View Files'. The new window displays all of the Temporary Internet Files stored on the computer and their location on the local hard drive. The window also displays the URL each temporary file came from.

Note:
- Temporary Internet Files list can be easily sorted (e.g. by file name, URL, file type, file size).
- Temporary Internet Files differe from Cookies and stored separately on the hard drive. Files that start with the word "Cookie" may remain in your Temporary Internet Files folder after you delete Temporary Internet Files content manually. These files are pointers to the actual cookie files that are located in your Cookies folder.
- Temporary Internet Files can be deleted. Learn how to Delete temporary internet files
- You can change Temporary Internet Files. Learn how to Change size of temporary internet files
- Temporary Internet Files location on the local hard drive can also be changed. Learn how to Change temporary internet files location

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• Can scripts (JavaScript, Visual Basic Script) be used maliciously?

Yes. While most of scripts are useful and used to increase the functionality of web sites, some are harmful as can be used to get access to your personal information or cause damage to your PC based on the information about your computer. Using malicious scripts and Java applets it is possible to get various information about your computer. Some kinds of your computer information (ex. screen resolution) are harmless and can be used for statistical research or providing special advertisement. But some information is not as harmless (ex information about your disks, etc) and can be used by hackers to get access and cause damage to your computer. Besides, malicious scripts can change your browser settings. To avoid the problem turn scripts off while surfing, and only turn them on when a site you trust and want to use requires them. Scripts disabling will keep you from being vulnerable to malicious scripts, however, it will limit the interaction you can have with some web sites.

   
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