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I am running Vista Home Basic 32bit on one computer and 64bit on another. I use the latest version of AVG (paided) and as far as I know, I have no viruses nor trojans etc.
I have just a basic question.

What is the jpi_cache folder and it's sub folders for?
When I look into them I see jpegs/gifs zip files. Some of the zip files have the names of games I play on pogo. Others are just a series of numbers/letters.
What is it that places these things inside these folders and is it really needed? In other words, can I delete the contents of the folders at the end of the day?

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