How To Reduce "Temporary Internet Files" Folder's Space


Temporary Internet Files clutter your hard drive with copies of each page visited. Files can build up over time and take up lot of disk space. Even more bothersome is that, IE (Internet Explorer) often takes a page out of the Temporary Internet Files, instead of getting new pages each time. This can be a problem if you are viewing a website that is updated all the time.

This can be good if you are on a slow connection such as a 56K or lower. But if you are on a fast broadband connection, then you can easily reduce the size of your Temporary Internet Files to just 1MB without affecting overall performance.

Here's how to reduce "Temporary Internet Files" folder's space:

  • Launch Internet Explorer
  • Select the Tools from the menu bar
  • Then select Internet Options (from the drop down menu)
  • Once the internet options has loaded click on the general tab
  • Under the temporary internet files section click the settings button
  • A settings window will load. Slide the slider all the way to the left so the size indicated in the text box on the right is 1
  • Click OK.

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