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Where are ALL the Internet Temporarily Files stored?

#1
I am unable to retrieve all the files from the internet temporarily folder.

For instance: After visiting certain sites where there are certain flash
animations (.flv) or videos or mp3, I am unable to find them inside the
internet temporarily folder? I could only see some files which are less than
200KB in size. I had already set the disk space usage to 1000MB? Why is this
so?

Kindly assist please. Thanks
 

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大头å°çˆ±

#2
maybe u can fellow this step to view u interner temporarily file

IE-Interner options-general -Browsing history -settings -view files

and sort by size or type
 

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#3
Thank you 大头å°çˆ±.

However, the problem i faced is i am unable to find the files inside the
folder u are referring to. I had click onto the "properties" of the internet
temporarily file folder, it dsiplay a total of over 1000 files however only
100 could be seen. "hidden files had been enabled"

Kindly assist please. Thanks


"大头å°çˆ±" wrote:

> maybe u can fellow this step to view u interner temporarily file
>
> IE-Interner options-general -Browsing history -settings -view files
>
> and sort by size or type
 

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C

cquirke (MVP Windows shell/user)

#4
On Wed, 28 Mar 2007 01:04:02 -0700, Flo <Flo

>For instance: After visiting certain sites where there are certain flash
>animations (.flv) or videos or mp3, I am unable to find them inside the
>internet temporarily folder? I could only see some files which are less than
>200KB in size. I had already set the disk space usage to 1000MB? Why is this
>so?


I use a 3rd-party utility to save Flash animations out of the web
cache, but I notice that many sites fail to work with this, prolly by
design. Some flash clips don't work as expected either; they may take
you straight to the web site of origin, or immediately end, or not
appear within the cache at all.

There's probably commercial interests at work here, i.e. you're
breaking their money chain if you don't have to go to the site (and
thus be counted as an ad-view) every time you want to re-watch the
same clip - and that's before considering possible issues that arise
if you were to redistribute it yourself.



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#5
Thank you everyone for your valuable advices.

I had solved my issue.

It is just a click , which is "untick" the enable protected mode within
'Internet Options' - 'Security', this enable me to view the files. I believe
this helps, unless someone else got a better suggestions.



"cquirke (MVP Windows shell/user)" wrote:

> On Wed, 28 Mar 2007 01:04:02 -0700, Flo <Flo
>
> >For instance: After visiting certain sites where there are certain flash
> >animations (.flv) or videos or mp3, I am unable to find them inside the
> >internet temporarily folder? I could only see some files which are less than
> >200KB in size. I had already set the disk space usage to 1000MB? Why is this
> >so?

>
> I use a 3rd-party utility to save Flash animations out of the web
> cache, but I notice that many sites fail to work with this, prolly by
> design. Some flash clips don't work as expected either; they may take
> you straight to the web site of origin, or immediately end, or not
> appear within the cache at all.
>
> There's probably commercial interests at work here, i.e. you're
> breaking their money chain if you don't have to go to the site (and
> thus be counted as an ad-view) every time you want to re-watch the
> same clip - and that's before considering possible issues that arise
> if you were to redistribute it yourself.
>
>
>
> >--------------- ---- --- -- - - - -

> Saws are too hard to use.
> Be easier to use!
> >--------------- ---- --- -- - - - -

>
 

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