Catch The Cache In Internet Explorer

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Are you running out of space on your Windows hard drive partition? If so, there is a fair change that your Web Browser’s Internet cache/browsing history is taking up a good portion of your drive. If you have plenty of room on another drive then an option other than just cleaning everything out, is to actually move it to this other drive.

For Internet Explorer create a folder on the drive with plenty of space where you want the new cache/browsing history files to go. Now go Start Menu/Control Panel/Internet Option, in the general tab (Browsing History) click the Setting button. From here you can control the cache/browsing history properties. Click the Move folder button and select the drive, then the new folder and press Ok, and again and once more to fix the setting.

Happy Internet Browsing!


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