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6000 items in temp files ie5

E-machine T1742, WinXP-SP2, Int Expl 7
After surfing, something breaks pages into small pieces, (as many as 6000) and dumps them into temps, mostly ie5,

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In reply to: 6000 items in temp files ie5

I've seen that happen. Thank goodness for CCLEANER.

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You can trim it down a little. . .

In reply to: 6000 items in temp files ie5

In Tools, Internet Options, Advanced. Check to have the Temp files deleted when you exit IE.

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