Off line web pages

  Malphie 14:10 20 Feb 2003

I was always told your PC stored copies of each web page you visit, therefore, you can open them off line. If this is correct where are these files copied to?

  bvw in bristol 15:28 20 Feb 2003

In the History Folder. If you can see History at the top of your screen alongside Favourites/Media etc then click on it and the folder should open to the left of your screen. You can then select pages you have visited. To change the History settings, click on Tools (at the top of this page next to Favourites and Help) then Internet Options and you should see how many days you have kept in the history folder. You can alter the number of days you want to keep there.

  fitcher 21:35 20 Feb 2003

that will remove history pages but cookies are in tools settings .on xp /.In 98 you could delete them in windows file ..with the aid of paint shop browser you could visit off line temp internet folders and see all the people who you had visited .and by bluing out the pic file to see its size 23 k or over. you could send it to a desk top file and print the pics out ..this has been stopped in xp .because you could open porn pics .or anyone could look at your hard drive .if sent in for repair etc

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