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Thread: Disable "Temporary internet files"

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    Is there anyone to completly disable things being saved into the "Temporary internet files"?

    Thanks!

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    Samurai's Avatar Usenet Fanboy
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    Could always try setting the size to it's minimum of 0.

    Go to Internet Options > Temp Internet Files > Settings

    This is if you're using IE

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    Has to be between 1 and whatever

    It's because im using a download manager, and everything gets chucked to my temp internet files folder aswell as download folder. And when temp gets a few files in, download speed decreases.

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    maybe the temp folder should be bigger then so it doesn't have to push things out all the time

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    Good idea, but it's already at 32GB, and no difference.

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    well your browser need to store some files to disk to view them in your browser
    try this if you use IE <cough cough>
    "tools>internet options>advanced tab>security"
    enable "empty temporary internet files folder when browser is closed"

    mozilla/filefox has simular settings

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