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How to delete Temporary Internet Files?

Here you will find out how to delete Temporary Internet Files manually.

Required software: Mil Shield

Mil Shield is a powerful privacy protection program that was designed specifically to clean and shred the Temporary Internet Files. Additional benefit is the ability to preserve the tracks from some chosen by you sites (selective cleaning), which makes your browsing more comfortable and safe (it is rather suspicious to always have empty history, cookies and Temporary Internet Files - it is better to leave some tracks from "innocent" sites). Mil Shield also cleans all other tracks as index.dat files, cookies, history, cache, AutoComplete records, UserData records, history of recently used folders and documents and many more.

What are Temporary Internet Files?
An introduction to the Temporary Internet files - what are they, what is their purpose and why are they threatening your privacy. Temporary Internet files are also known as the cache of the Internet Explorer and are used to speed up your browsing

Where is located Temporary Internet Files folder?
The location of Temporary Internet Files folder depends on the version of Windows and Internet Explorer. In this chapter you can find out where are located Temporary Internet Files on your computer

To delete Temporary Internet Files manually, do the following things:

1.Start Internet Explorer and click Tools menu, then select Internet Options... from this menu. This will open the Internet Options window.

2.Click General tab and then find in the section Temporary Internet Files the button Delete Files... and click it. A new dialog box opens.

3.In the Delete Files dialog box, click to select the Delete all offline content check box if you want to delete all Web page content that you have made available offline.

4.Click OK to delete the files. Note that if you are doing this for the first time, the deleting can take a large amount of time, so be patient.

WARNING! This will most probably delete all visible items in the Temporary Internet Files folder (except cookies) but a number of invisible traces may remain in the index.dat files. The only way to be sure that you are getting rid of all traces for good is the usage of specialized privacy protection program like Mil Shield.

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