I'm not sure how to find that specific file, but the TIF location is not a
secret. Just start Internet Explorer and click Tools | Internet Options.
(If you don't see the Menu Bar, with the Tools button on it, press Alt to
show the bar temporarily, or right-click on the Address Bar and check the
box to toggle the Menu Bar on.) In the middle of the first (General) tab,
is Browsing History. Click Settings to bring up a screen with lots of
information and options about Temporary Internet Files and History Settings,
including Current location, showing the full pathname for the TIF folder.
DO NOT try to manage the TIF folder and the files in it with "normal"
Windows tools. These files have their own special rules. Use the buttons
on this screen.
And this is where I can't tell you what to do next. My guess is that, since
video files are usually large, you might find the file you want by clicking
View Files and then click the top of the Size column to sort by size. Good
But I've not figured out how to save a YouTube video on my hard drive. Have
R. C. White, CPA
San Marcos, TX
Microsoft Windows MVP
(Running Windows Live Mail 2008 in Vista Ultimate x64)
"JS" <JS@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Can anybody tell me where to find the temp internet Video file stored on
> PC while browsing the internet. I was watching video's from I tube site
> i click on some video it gets downloaded on the pc and then plays. I want
> know in which folder these files gets stored in Windows Vista.