I had a problem trying to delete my temporary internet files. There were so many files my PC could not cope when I tried to delete them. I eventually managed to delete them using Norton Cleansweep.I am using Win XP pro and IE v6.0. My hard disk is 60 GB. I have now set my temporary internet files limit to 300 MB.Is this a reasonable limit? Is there a recommended percentage that should be reserved for temporary internet files?
Temporary Internet Files are there to help you load pages faster - if you have broadband the benefit is negligible.I have mine set at 10MB and have no speed issues at all.
Set at 3MB here after some experiments to minimise page loading times.
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