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chimchim

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Just curious,how come you can't set-up Internet Explorer to automatically
delete your temp internet files when you exit the program????
That would be nice!!!! I use to have a spyware and adware program that
would do that automatically as part of the program but that was the only good
feature about the two programs.

Edited by chimchim, 22 June 2004 - 08:52 PM.

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actually you can.

While IE is open, go to tools-> internet options. Then click on the advanced tab. Scroll down and under Security check the box next to "Empty Temporary Internet files when browser is closed" <_<

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Thanks for the info!!!!
I forgot about that advanced tab because I hardly ever use it.
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yea i actually didnt know about that untl i saw your post. I checked it out and there it was.
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