I've just started using Freecorder 4, mainly for audio recording. This version also saves any viewed video to what it calls 'temporary storage space'. The video file can then be saved permanently if required. Does anyone know where this 'temporary storage space' actually is? Contacting Applian (the software developer) got the response "This "temp storage" is a list of videos that are cached on your system even without the toolbar. This feature just lists these for you to give you an easy way of saving the video." I asked if this cache was the Temporary Internet Files folder and was to that it was. However, I can't see any such files in here and emptying the folder, and/or restarting Windows, makes no difference - the videos are still there in Freecorder! Many thanks.
Marg7 - thank you for answering my query. I forgot to say that I was using Vista, but the path is the same as you gave. How did you find it? However, it gets more interesting! There was a video in there which I'd never viewed, seemingly from the PC Advisor site! Thanks, too, to smackhead for urging caution. Kaspersky has never spotted anything nasty re. Freecorder and I have several friends who use it, seemingly safely.
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