Today's technology tips will help you clean some old websites off your computer. Did you know that every time you visit a website a complete copy of that website as well as all the pictures on it is downloaded and
stored on your computer?This is called the "cached copy" of the website and it's stored on your computer for 1-999 days depending on the setting on your computer. The more internet surfing you do the more cached copies of website you probably have saved to your computer.
Today's technology tip will show you how to quickly delete cached copies of websites and how to set the number of days you'll keep a cached copy on your computer.
In Microsoft Internet Explorer:
Look for "Tools" and then "Internet Options"
Now you want to look for "Temporary Internet Files" in the window that appears. By simply pressing the buttons you can delete Cookies (which are small files that some websites place on your computer to track your visits to their sites) or Files (which are actual web pages and images). You can also clear the history of where you have been on the internet and set the number of days worth of history you'd like your computer to record.
Even you computer can benefit from a little Spring cleaning. Now you know how to clean out all those old websites you've been visiting.
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