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Temporary internet files


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I have got shedloads of temporary internet files lurking on my drive. What happens if I delete them all. Wil this cause me any future problems?
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Temporary Internet files (or your internet cache) are automatically stored in your computer as a convenience so when you visit sites that you usually go to, they load faster because they are stored in your computer.

Obviously, these files tend to build up to a pretty large size. If you have a small hard drive, you should want to clean them up often. Even with a large hard drive you still should clean them out once in a while because they can cause your computer to run slowly.

Nothing bad will happen if you delete them. Hope this helps. :tazz:
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Thanks N R :tazz:
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