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Temporary Internet Files With an Expires Date of None

Q: Temporary Internet Files With an Expires Date of None

Hello...

I have a file in my temporary internet files folder that has an 'expires' date of none. You know, up at the top of the explorer page.. FILE INTERNET ADDRESS TYPE SIZE EXPIRES. It is a URL **http://www.ulead.com/Templates/external.css** and does not seem to cause any issue, but nonetheless, I find it iritating.

Anyone of you super techs know how to delete this?

Thanks...

Brett

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Skip, As soon as I clicked on your live link it downloaded to my hardrive, so now we both can worry. I had to use "Goback" to revert my hardrive to get rid of it. Would strongly suggest that you remove the link. Have a good day.

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Hello,
i'm using internet explorer 11 with windows 10.
Q. What format can be specified with expires=<DATE> in the Set-Cookie field?

As a way to expire cookies, I have set the Set-Cookie expires date to a point in the past.

When I tested
The following formats are not supported
Set-Cookie: expires=Wed, 01-Jan-70 00:00:00 GMT

However, the following formats are supported.
Set-Cookis: expires=Wed, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
Thank you.

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Hi,

I am running IE8 on Windows 7 (Home Premium 64bit). My Temporary Internet Files folder is C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Low\Content.IE5. I have enabled Show Hidden Files and Folders and removed the tick for Hide Protected Operating System files.

I've noticed that streamed .wma file appeared as .dat file in the temporary internet folder. I've tried copying it to the desktop and changed the extension to .wma but it will not play at all. I have the same problem in another laptop running Windows Vista. In Windows XP platform, I have no problem retrieving the streamed files as they are saved in the original file format (i.e. .mp3 or .wma) in the Temporary Internet Files folder.

Please advise.

Thank you & regards

A:.wma files appears as .dat files in Temporary Internet Files folder

I'm have difficulty understanding the real problem since I have always set my browsers to delete at the end of a session, I use CCleaner to delete junk (read stuff in the temp folder).

In any case, you can help us by updating your system specs.

UPDATE YOUR SEVENFORUMS SYSTEM SPECS


User CP (3rd item in the top menu bar) |
in left-hand column, under Your Profile, Edit System Spec |


Use Speccy - System Information - Free Download
and/or SIW to gather info for filling in the blanks.

Do me a favor and add the word laptop or desktop to the ?system manufacturer? block.

Use the ?Other Info? block for Optical Reader, Mouse, touchpad, wifi adapter, speakers, monitor

Scroll down and click on the SAVE CHANGES button.

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Hello all,I think this is a pretty simple answer. I have been looking over the internet but haven't not found a solid solution. I have a subscription to Bitdefender 2009 Antivirus. After a scan it tells me that the following are password protected files. I just want to delete them! Whats the best way to do this?After reading around, I tried to use ATF Cleaner and Ccleaner. After I used those programs I ran the full system scan again and the files are still found. I even tried to allow myself to see them through the folder options. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any help!<AffectedItem index="0" itemType ="File" path="C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\YMYTAQUN\valert[1].ui=]CmnIds.vbs" threatType="virus" threatName="Password-protected" action="none" finalStatus= "not scanned" error= "no action possible"/> <AffectedItem index="1" itemType ="File" path="C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\YMYTAQUN\valert[1].ui=]images/arrow_right.gif" threatType="virus" threatName="Password-protected" action="none" finalStatus= "not scanned" error= "no action possible"/> <AffectedItem index="... Read more

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As the above log is from a Bit Defender scan, I am shifting this topic from the specialized HiJack This forum to the Am I Infected forum.==>PLEASE DO NOT NOW POST LOGS<== unless a log is specifically requested.

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Hello! Thanks for looking into this thread.

To make a long story short, I have a new HDD with not much on it, and I have an old HDD with all my other stuff on it. :)

Some of that stuff is located in the 'Temporary Internet Files' folder. Game saves on online gaming sites such as Armorgames.com etc.

It allowed me to copy from the 'Temporary Internet Files' folder onto a USB easily and without trouble. Whereas when I put my USB on the other computer, and try to copy them onto the Temp Internet Files folder of my new HDD, it just does not give me the option to.

I've looked into this a bit, and have discovered that there is no physical folder. I've gone to where I am supposed to, the Document Settings -> Local Settings ect. and it's not there. I guess that's the technical reason why it won't let me copy files to there, because there is no physical folder.

What I am asking is: Is there a way to copy files 'TO' the 'Temporary Internet Files' folder?

I emphasise the 'TO' as I've only seen information on google in regards to copying files 'FROM' the 'Temporary Internet Files' folder.

I hope you folks can help me out on this one. :)

Cheers,


ooeJack

A:Copy files 'TO' the 'Temporary Internet Files' folder

Hello

It is not that easy as IE stores TEMP file is multiple locations.

They could be stored in user temp files or in SYS files

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Hi,

I am running IE8 on Windows 7 (Home Premium 64bit). My Temporary Internet Files folder is C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Low\Content.IE5. I have enabled Show Hidden Files and Folders and removed the tick for Hide Protected Operating System files.

I've noticed that streamed .wma file appeared as .dat file in the temporary internet folder. I've tried copying it to the desktop and change the extension to .wma but it will not play at all. I have the same problem in another laptop running Windows Vista. In Windows XP platform, I have no problem retrieving the streamed files as they are saved in the original file format (i.e. .mp3 or .wma) in the Temporary Internet Files folder.

Please advise.

Thank you & regards

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hi, i was cleaning a friend machine while i found her msn generated a bunch of gateway.dll files, like 10 or 20 per 5 secs

this happens while msn is opened

i removed msn, cleaned the machine with adware, avg and spybot, and it looked clean

also cleaned some msn registry entries with hijack

but when instaled a new clean msn and opened it those temp files started reproducing over again

so... i did a very stupid thing, i opened my own msn account on her computer (thinkin it could be her account linked to some service what was doing that, like mobile phone or whatever) and it did happen again ... more dlls

and when i opened my account on my clean machine ... got dll files on my machine too now... so cant open msn on my pc now and im afraid to open my account (sure this will happen wherever i use my or her account)...

whatever

post her log here

Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 12:48:59 p.m., on 22/09/2006
Platform: Windows 2000 SP4 (WinNT 5.00.2195)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106)

Running processes:
C:\WINNT\System32\smss.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\winlogon.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\services.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\lsass.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\svchost.exe
C:\WINNT\System32\svchost.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\spoolsv.exe
C:\ARCHIV~1\Grisoft\AVGFRE~1\avgamsvr.exe
C:\ARCHIV~1\Grisoft\AVGFRE~1\avgupsvc.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\regsvc.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\MSTask.exe
C:\WINNT\System32\WBEM\WinMgmt.exe
C:\WINNT\system32\svchost.exe
C:\Archivos de programa\VERITAS\B... Read more

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Hello,
Our company  website contains a collection firmware and executable for our customers to download. Customers running Chrome, Firefox, or early versions of the IE have no issues. Customers running IE11 and
Edge on Windows 10 report that .exe files download properly, but the firmware files with a custom extension do not. Instead, IE11 opens a new tab and the new window contains a little "X" icon. That's it. Nothing in the Download area. 
Some of our more adventurous customers searched through there Temporary Internet folders and found the firmware files stored as .ICO files. When the files were copied out and renamed back to to the proper extension
(the main part of the name was correct), our product read the files just file. Any idea why are the files getting their extension changed to .ICO and why are they not appearing in the download area. This is affecting multiple customers.
Thanks!

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Hi,

Windows 98, Compaq Presario 5150, IE 5.50, 7 gig hard drive, 128 ram

Having problems in the last week. System was working slow, screen freezing, usually when using IE. Had to use ctrl/alt/del quite a few times and then end variuos tasks. Several times I had to restart to PC.

I used windows explorer and discovered that I was using almost 90 % of the hard drive memory ( over 6 gigs used) which struck me a quite unusual.

I discovered that within my temporary internet files, I had over 10,000 files, in fact I think it came to nearly 16,000. The dates of these files were from 2/15/2003 to present. After cleaning the files out, using Super Cleaner, I see that after a 2 hour session, i now have 860 new files. Is that unusual to accumulate this much in such a short time ?

After doing the initial clean out, I performed a scan disk - no problems ; a defrag which hadn't been done in 4 months ; and I scanned for any viruses - none found.

My other problems today was a KERNEL 32 ILLEGAL OPERATION message. Screen was locked up. Did a ctrl/ alt /del and got a FATAL ERROR 0028: C0030AC.

After doing a hard shut down and restarting, I had troubles
booting up. It took 3 times to boot.

Any suggestions ? What is a KERNEL 32 error message ?

Thanks
 

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Hi,
I know the files are there, and I know the directory ( as defined in IE8 itself ), but I can't see them in any other application.

I want to use my Eraser program to erase these files properly, rather than just deleting them.

Does anyone know how I can do this ?

Many thanks
Bobbo123

A:IE8 temporary internet files - can't see !

You can use "CCleaner": CCleaner - Optimization and Cleaning - Free Download
Good luck
Mak

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Hi! I was recently cleaning up my computer files, and noticed that I had over 800mb of info in my Temporary Internet file folder. I chose to delete these, along with all the Recycle bin stuff and misc. programs I no longer need.

Also, I just bought a new Virus protection program, and while I was running it, I sat here watching all the files go by as it scanned my C drive. (Yes, I was bored and had nothing better to do.) I noticed that when it got to the Windows/Temporary Internet Files/Content.IE5/ folder, it took AGES to go through it. For example, two years ago I used to chat on the Matchbox20 website a lot, and there were millions (slight exaggeration) of Matchbox 20 things in the temporary folder. So this is telling me that I probably still have over 800 mb of info in this folder. However, when I go to Windows Explorer or My Computer and open this folder, nothing is there. There are directories in the Content.IE5 folder called "Oepg6c9o," "2l4nc1q3" and others, but when I try to delete them, it tells me they are system folders and should not be deleted. How can I get rid of all this junk? Thanks for your help.
A. Partain
 

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Hi anyone help me with this one..... when i try to delete my Temporary Internet Files my computer freezer's and i am unable to delete them.

I open the Temporary Internet File and click Ctrl and A to try and delete all the files in and one go and as i have said by doing this its freezers the PC.
I have also tried going tools,Internet Options and tried to delete the files that way but still the same thing happens... anyone know how i can fix this? as the only way i am able to delete any of the Temporary Internet Files is to do it one by one and it takes me ages!!

Thanks

Red
 

A:Temporary Internet Files?

Me thinks we need to see a Hijack This log.

Please do this. Click here: http://www.thespykiller.co.uk/files/hijackthis_sfx.exe to download Hijack This.

It’s very important that you save it to its own folder on your hard drive, such as program files (not temporary files or the desktop), so that it can create proper back-ups and be able to restore them if necessary.

Close all open windows and open Hijack This. Click “Scan”. When the scan is finished (it only takes a second), the scan button will change to “Save Log”. Click on “Save Log” and then save it to NotePad. Click on “Edit” – “Select all” – “copy” and then “paste” into the thread.

DO NOT FIX ANYTHING YET, most items that appear in the log are harmless or even needed.
 

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I downloaded a Word file online, but instead of saving it somewhere, I chose just to open it. I then made a bunch of changes, saved by pressing Ctrl-S, and exited. I've done this before, assuming that the file was gone. But does the modified Word file exist anywhere on the hard drive? Isn't there some folder where I could find the document with the changes I made? Thanks to whoever helps out.

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After you made the changes and saved it, where on the hard drive did you save it to?
That's where it should be. If you have no idea where it might be, and you know the name of the file, you could do a search for it. (Start menu/Search option)

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I have 99.3 megs of Temp Int. files that will not delete when I run Disk cleanup and CCleaner? I have run all the disk/file checkers and all is OK. I have restarted and run Disk clean and still no luck.

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 32 bit
Processor: Genuine Intel(R) CPU 2160 @ 1.80GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 2
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3070 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6670, -2048 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 610258 MB, Free - 535548 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0RY007
Antivirus: Bitdefender Antivirus Free Edition, Updated, and Enabled
 

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Hi there, I'm kinda new here, but I have a question about Internet Explorer and a problem I am having with it. I have had this problem for a long time now. It seems that whenever I shut down or reboot my computer, all my temporary internet files delete. This has been getting very annoying for me, especially since I use dial-up. Does anyone know why this is happening, and anyway to fix it? Oh, and it happens when I shut down/reboot NOT when I close the browser.

I am using Win XP and IE6, and any help is appreciated! Thanks.

A:Help with temporary internet files please!

Welp, IE won't do this on its own.

Where are you looking for these files and what is annoying about them being deleted anyway? Sure there's not another application doing this?

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.I clear my temporary internet files out on occasion.
..This morning I did this and when all were deleted, a second batch appeared and they refuse to be deleted.
...What's more, I checked the "properties" of some of them and the dates were from 2002 4-02 through 12-02
.....What the @#$% is going on here?
 

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Is it just me, or are there others who feel the same way about the temporary Internet files? Years ago before we had the wide-band connections, when we had the slow dial-up connections, the Temporary Internet Files was a good idea. But these days, in my opinion, I think that it's not only un-necessary, but when you have too many files it can actually slow things down. I can't understand why MS just doesn't do away with them. But then, maybe there is just something I don't understand about them.

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Ummmm. Sorry but you are just plain wrong. On so many accounts.
Things would be a lot slower if a browser had to re download everything single item on the web page every time it was visited or refreshed. Nor is it the cause of your "slow-down" something else is going on with your system. Furthermore, every single browser maker out there implements a cache. It having a cache was problematic or only required for "slow" connections then why would they have one too?

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After attempting to delete temporary internet files, all the icons on my desktop disappeared and i couldnt get anything to run so i rebooted, now after logging in explorer has an error and i cant do anything. what can i do?
 

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I cleared my Temporary Internet Files before I ran Microsoft Security Essentials. Even so, it took 7 hours to run MSE, scanning over 2,160,000 items. And most of those items scanned were in this folder that I can't access:

C:\users\mynamehere\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\TemporaryInternetFiles\Low\Content.IE5\blahblahblah

What is that stuff and how do I get rid of it? All I can see are about 100 cookies that are left as Temporary Internet Files after I clean it the normal way through Tools>Internet Options>BrowsingHistory>Delete.

Thanks in advance!

__
Ellen
 

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I'd echo GiveMeAbreak's suggestion.
Try CCleaner. Do not use the registry cleaner section (at all.)
You may find this link more useful.
http://download.piriform.com/ccsetup316.exe

However, I doubt that most of the scanning was in the temporary internet files folder. Windows 7 is quite big, and it takes time to scan that much data.
 

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I am running Windows XP. Just installed Norton Antivirus 2005. A full scan of my computer found threats in the temporary internet files. Some were quarantined, some could not be fixed. I went to my browser (internet explorer) and under tools/internet options I clicked on delete files to empty that file. the browser stops responding every time I try this and I must "end task" to move on. Can anyone help me?
 

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I have XP home, no LAN,Use MSIE 6. I noticed last night that my Temporary Internet Files Folder is nearly empty. Only 5 files there and, no matter how much I surf, nothing else shows up in the folder.

My cookies are gone, but since they are also in another folder, that is not a problem.

I have run Norton AV, checked System Tools, scanned and defragged, run Adaware and Spybot, etc. I also did a restore. Nothing shows up as unusual. All my critical updates are current, and just a few XP updates haven't been updated because they do not pertain to me, I don't *think*.

What else can I do, what may have caused this, in 8 years of computing, this is a first for me.

Thanks,
Huckleberry
 

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Tech,

Whenever I try to access this folder to delete and clean it up the folder freezes up and closes. Now the folder is 600mb and it keeps getting larger.

What can I do to fix this problem?

Thanks,

Outcast23
 

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Welcome to TSG Outsat123

There are numerous ways to empty the Temporary Internet Files using the Windows applications. Some safe methods are given below.

How to Delete the Contents of the Temporary Internet Files Folder
Safely Delete the Temporary Internet Files

If the above stated methods don't work, then it is better to use an external cleaning utility. CCleaner and ATF-Cleaner are my primary choices.

CCleaner
ATF-Cleaner

Hope that helps. Good Luck.
 

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Why do I need temporary internet files?
I never look at web pages off-line.
When I go to do Disk Cleanup, this item has a Lock on it.
My settings showed that it allowed for 1GB.
I reset it to 500 MB.
What happens if I zero it out?
 

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As per Microsoft:

The Temporary Internet Files (or cache) folder contains Web page content that is stored on your hard disk for quick viewing. This cache permits Internet Explorer or MSN Explorer to download only the content that has changed since you last viewed a Web page, instead of downloading all the content for a page every time it is displayed.
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So, by setting this to 0, you will be prolonging the time that is required for some webpages to load. However, having this at a size too large is also counterproductive to viewing your pages quickly (irrelevant if you clear it often of course). Your current setting is appropriate for this function.
 

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I delete my cookies etc. on a fairly regular basis, but I was poking around looking at things and I find 2 files on my pc that never seem to empty.

C:\Windows\Temp\Temporary Internet Files\Content IE5 (52MB)

C:\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content IE5 (5MB)

Each of these has 4 more files beneath it where everything is stored. I believe I'm actually running IE6 which leaves me a little perplexed as to how and why these files are in an IE5 folder that never clears out Any ideas from anyone? Thanks in advance.

nyrob
 

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Which Windows ?

Search for temporary internet files on this forum and you will get a lot of answers.

http://www.purgeie.com is also a good site, you will find some information about the cache and history structure and a shareware which can delete some URLs from the history, you can't do this with explorer.
 

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I'm looking to free up some space and I noticed that there are 12,349 items in my temporary internet files folder and most of them I dont use.

If I was to delete them would Windows or IE6 stop functioning correctly or what exactly would happen?
 

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Hi Skudge,

It's quite safe to delete any and all files in your Temporary Internet Folder, and it's best done regularly. It will help IE to run a bit better. You can set the level of Temporary Internet files stored using IE's Tools menu. If you need to know how to adjust these settings, just let us know.

Regards, Gordon
 

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For XP, i've always been able to rewatch videos clips I've seen by goin into my temporary internet files folder, but for vista, I havn't been able to find the video clips. Can anyone tell me where vista saves these clips?
 

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I have been looking to find and view (not delete) temporary internet files on my computer, but I can't seem to locate them. I am on XP home edition using IE7.

Does anyone know what folder they are stored in?

Thanks

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IE > Tools > Internet Options > under Temporary Internet Files click on Settings > View Files

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When I run CCleaner, I continually get lots of IE Temporary Internet Files to delete.
I have never used IE, of any flavor, since Win 95.
Also, IE is unchecked in Windows Features.
I'm curious why I continue to see TIF.

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Some other programmes will use parts of IE to work proper, even though you don't use IE and you say it is not on pc, the guts of IE is still there and some other programmes will use these services. Before you run CCleaner again have a look at the TIF and you will most probably find that they look very familiar from being shown in some other program you didn't realize was relying on IE's HTML code. My missus only uses firefox and there is always TIF in IE, in short nothing to worry about.

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Well, I'm a system admin here, and I have a bit of a confusing question. I hope I can make it clear. It appears, that when one tries to access their OWN temporary internet files folder (C:\Documents and Settings\USER\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files), it comes up with a huge list of files. Anyone that's looked here before will recall that it normally sorts this into folders (Content.IE5, OLK22, etc) and then again into subfolders. However, you try pulling that up and you'll just get lots of files, no folders whatsoever in Temporary Internet Files. However, if you actually type in the extended path, the folders exist, they're just not displaying.

Further, if any OTHER user tries viewing that folder? Those category folders show up in the traditional manner. Even the administrator account has this issue. You access your own Temporary Internet Files folder, it shows files only, access it from another admin account, shows the folders as it used to display. I can post screenshots if this isn't clear enough. This happens at my home system and on every Windows XP and Windows 2000 machine here at work. Anyone know when this happened, because it's obviously a Microsoft originating issue. Is it just isolated to me, or is there a MS patch note I missed somewhere?

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Hello

That is a strange problem....

Have you tired to clear the temp files to see if then afterwards they sort them selfs out?

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I use Microsoft Internet Explorer as my browser. Periodically, I go in and delete my history files and my temporary internet files. Today, I noticed that I have many GIF files going back several years that had not been deleted. I find this peculiar since I had just deleted the temporary internet files throug the Tools/Options window one day ago. Why would GIF files still show?
Please advise; I need more space oh hard drive, and would like to delete any unnecessary files.
 

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Go to C:\Windows\Temporary Internet Files

Select everything (CTRL-A) and press delete. Does that get rid of them?

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I have windows xp pro. I try to download off the internet and now all of a sudden it won't let me. The error message says that there is not a path to the local settings/temporary files folder. I looked and I can find the folder but I don't understand why this error is here and how to fix it?

Thanks in advance for any help.
 

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I Just Got a new laptop with windows 7 home premium with ie8 and i was looking in the temp internet folder and it only seems to hold cookies & icons.the pictures are only the ones off either my homepage or favs i'm not sure but once i changed a site to my home page all it pic and the ones of the little sub pages appeared so they were already there or somewhere on the computer can someone plz explain this to me.

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There may be several areas where temporary files are stored and some are hidden.

I would guess the pictures were downloaded, but I may not understand your exact situation.

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What are Temporary Internet Files?????? my boyfriend told me that they are like spyware and just get sent to your computer. but i think hes lying to me, aren't they things that get saved on your comp when you view a website???? a lot of it is porn and stuff he would look at so it makes me suspicious but if i bring it up and ask questions he gets angry and tells me i dont understand it. whats the deal with them???????
 

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Hello, I am trying to find out if there's a way to copy some files from the "Temporary internet files" folder.
I tried to copy some pdf files but I can't or I can copy only a few of them.
Probably there is something here I don't know.
Thanks a lot.
RWMIOS

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Can you open/view the files that you cannot copy?
Cheers,
John

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I can no longer see, or have access to any files in the Temporary Internet Files folder. The files are there, as they can be copied to other folders, but they are not visible in the folder. This is a new development. How do I gain access?
 

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dennisladd said:

I can no longer see, or have access to any files in the Temporary Internet Files folder. The files are there, as they can be copied to other folders, but they are not visible in the folder. This is a new development. How do I gain access?Click to expand...

While in the folder click tools and then folder options and while in the folder options click the view top on top and find and click where it saids show all files and folders and see if you can see them then.

Very wierd that you can't view them. If you can view them after doing this just highlight all the files and right click and then to properties and click on read-only or Archive to see if this helps you.
 

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I'm generally illiterate concerning all things computers so please bear with me. My friend has Windows XP and when we stream songs the mp3 shows up in his temporary internet files. However, when I do the same thing on my computer which uses Vista, the MP3s do not show up in my temporary internet files. Is there a way I can find them in another folder?

A:Temporary internet files

Originally Posted by bobbym2825


I'm generally illiterate concerning all things computers so please bear with me. My friend has Windows XP and when we stream songs the mp3 shows up in his temporary internet files. However, when I do the same thing on my computer which uses Vista, the MP3s do not show up in my temporary internet files. Is there a way I can find them in another folder?



Bobby

win 7 stores files in different places than XP. in win 7 files are stored in libraries, that were in their infancy in XP. You might want to look in c:\users\your username\downloads, or music or temp files under your name.

You streaming in a browser? or using a player, or in a gadget.

If you tell us more about the setup we can probably find them if they are stored at all

Ken

Edit for an idea: you can also search for *.mp3 with todays' date to see where they are

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Hello.
Well I've tried every solution I can find and none of them work.
I want to be able to use MY temporary internet files folder just as if it were a folder on MY computer, which of course it is. In windows 7 I simply used the "move folder" option on the tools/internet options/settings/move folder menu (that is still there in I.E 11) on windows ten. I've done that but the folder still only collects a few icon files and nothing else. I've followed all the other advice I can find about Inetcache folders etc. but nothing seems to work. I would like to do 2 things (well maybe it's 3 or 1 thing.) 1.) I'd like to return my (useless) temporary Internet Files folder from where I moved it to, back to it's original place (which I can't remember.) 2.) I'd like to have either the T.I.F folder (or a short cut to it) on my desktop so I have easy access. And 3.) (And this possibly covers the other 2 as well...) I would like Microsoft to stop changing the way things work when they are perfectly adequate as they are !
I have W10 pro and am using Internet Explorer 11.
Any help with these issues (the first 2 in particular) would be most appreciated.
Cheers
 

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Can anyone explain why I have 12 different folders under "Temporary Internet Files" in the Windows subdirectory?Running IE 5.5

Each of the 12 different folders has many cookies in it. Names of different subdirectories are random alpha characters like "Ktyj4lqr". The folders are set up as system folders so I am concerned about trying to delete them.
 

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b4man
When one firsts encounters those subdirectories they usually become suspicious because of the random name selection used by Microsofts program. Fortunately these folders are OK and are used for some sort of indexing by Internet Explorer. If you review the contents of the main folder and subfolders you will see they almost mirror eachother and in some cases do.
On my systems I manually remove the cookies once per week and about once per month I use a program called Spider to remove and clean-up all Temp Internet files and cookies from all the nooks and crannies of my system.
Another item of interest if you delete the cookies in the main folder C:\Windows\Temp Internet Files most or all of the sub-folders will be emptied also.
Note: If you have multiple users, (user profiles), with individualized desktops, they to will have cookie folders located under C:\Windows\Profiles\"Persons name"\Cookies

Hope that sheds some light on what you are seeing.

Dave
 

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I can not get my temporary internet files to work.How do I get it to work.

A:temporary internet files

Hi chneedshelp,

Welcome to Vista Forums.

I'm not sure what your problem is exactly. Have you checked the Temporary Internet Files and History Settings to see if they are set properly for what you want?

Internet Explorer Temporary Internet Files Settings

Can you give any more details on what it is or not doing?

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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just recently i have been getting warnings on my laptop windows vista that Norton 360 needs to clean up internet temporary files and windows temporary files ,every time i fix the problem Norton says there's no problems but every time i close the window the warning is still there
 

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Appreciate some assistance.

In IE 6.0 Tools>Internet Options>General tab, deleted Temporary Internet Files. Did this while off-line.

Right clicked Start, chose Explore, and Temporary Internet Files under C:\Windows\Temporary Internet File. Still, all sorts of files there!!

Your thoughts...where did I go astray?
 

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I have Windows XP SP2, and using "TreeSize Free", i found out that i have so many gigs wasting away in my temporary internet files folder. it seems like every time i watched a video online, it was saving a copy in there?! is there a way to stop that from happening, so i dont have to delete all of it after it builds up?
 

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Hi Folks,

Recently, I've noticed an excess amount of temporary internet files on my computer.

Oddly enough, I'm not using Firefox or IE that often. What could be running that would utilize all these temp files?

Only new programme updated is my Trend Micro. All other programmes updated.

Removed IE11 and reinstalled it.
Changed passwords for Wifi connection
Checked msconfig to ensure not to many programmes are running at start-up.


Your suggestions would be most appreciated.

Cheers, ms

A:What Would Cause Too Many Temporary Internet Files?

Temporary files are common. The best way to remove them is to download the free ccleaner and use it once a week.

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Hi All , My first post about windows 8 . Where do I go to find temporary internet files in windows 8 pro ?
Thanks

A:Temporary Internet Files

Hi Carl, welcome to the forums, click the gear wheel (top right), Internet Options, under General tab you click delete in Browsing History, you can delete Temporary files.

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Ok, when i download things off the internet now, mostly with music, i get a mesage saying my Temporary Internet cannot be found, or something to the sort, does anyone know were i could just make a new folder to download into, or make everyhing go into a folder i already have..?.. Thankz.
BTW www.ournet.buildtolearn.net/TURNUPTHEVOLUMEtrack4.mp3 <---me and my friend made this song. lol.
 

A:Temporary Internet Files GONE!!??!!

How are you downloading files? Directly from Internet Explorer or are you using a 3rd party P2P program like Kazaa?
 

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i need to delete my temporary internet files before i want to see the updates apple movie trailers website. and i've just upgraded to windows xp and i can't find anything on the temporary internet files folder to delete. but i know its somewhere b/c i can't get to the updated apple page.

the folder is in a weird place:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files

i'm really not used to that. so if anyone can help me delete my temporary internet files, it would help my life.

thanx.
 

A:temporary internet files

On IE6, just go to Tools, Internet Options, and in the General tab, press delete files.
 

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