Windows 10: Problem deleting Internet temp Files
I just posted something following another thread here so will get it and post for you.
If one wants to see all the IE temp files go to C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache, You'll have to change the Folder to show Protected Operating System files but be sure to set it back.
Thanks. INetCache does not show up even when I tick the box to view the hidden files.
There's a line down a bit that says words to the effect of Protected Operating System that also needs unchecking, just put it back when done.
Doesn't show that on my system but I will run a search how to find it an uncheck it thanks.
- Open either Microsoft Internet Explorer or the Windows Control Panel.
2. In Microsoft Internet Explorer, open the Tools menu and choose the Internet Options menu.
3. In Control Panel. open the Internet Options list item. In either case, a new window titled "Internet Properties" appears.
4. In the Temporary Internet Files section of the Internet Properties window, click the "Delete Files..." button. A new "Delete Files" window appears.
5. In the "Delete Files" window, optionally check the "Delete all offline content" checkbox to also remove temporary files IE has saved for offline viewing. Click OK. A delay of up to several minutes may occur as IE proceeds to delete the temporary files it has cached. If the "Delete all offline content" checkbox is not checked, IE will not delete temporary files associated with offline content; otherwise, all temporary files will be deleted.
6.Click OK to close the Internet Options window.
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