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I have AOL as my ISP. I have the AOL maximum cache size set at 10240KB and the current cache is 0KB. All I have to do is bring up one website, for 1 second, and when I check my current cache size - it is at least 10 times the maximum! What is the most likely cause of this? Please also see my post titled INTERNET VERY VERY SLOW, it is related to this problem. Thanks for any help.
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On a web page, click tools then internet options, on the general tab, click delete cookies, click delete files and tick to include offline content, click clear history, click settings and set it to between 20 and 80MB

Click advanced, look down for empty temporary internet files folder when the browser is closed and tick this, and also look for do not save encrypted pages to disk and tick this, click apply, close the browser and open it again
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