January 1st, 2009, 01:38 AM #1
Vista: Where to look for "Temp Internet folder"?
It isn't like what I have experienced before on my previous OS, Win XP. I like XP
To look for videos, pictures and such that I have surfed before, you just go to tools > internet options > browsing - settings > view files. Everything is stored in here. That is exactly the same thing I did on Vista.
But no. There were no files in here and it's just plain empty. There's only 4 cookies with 1KB each. But when I right-click on "temp internet files" and to properties, it says the folder has 35 MB in it.
Where is this 35 MB files? Is it hidden? Where can I find it?
Thanks in advance.If only the dead can speak, then we will know what's happening to us all next...
January 1st, 2009, 09:36 AM #2
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I just did it on Vista too and it was there. It doubt it's hidden but try it anyway. Open a command prompt and run the following two commands.
attrib -s -h *.*
See if that works.
January 2nd, 2009, 03:56 AM #3
I tried that command but all I received was a message saying 'access denied ', c:\autoexec.bat...etc.If only the dead can speak, then we will know what's happening to us all next...
January 2nd, 2009, 05:40 AM #4
Just like XP - you need to disable the three hide options in Folder Options.Imagine a world where dogs took bad owners to the pound...
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