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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Clearing Temporary Internet Files

This is a task that many of you know how to do and some of you don’t have a clue as to what I am talking about. Temporary Internet Files in Microsoft Internet Explorer cache (or keep) pages you visit frequently. This enables those pages to load faster. Theoretically they enable you to browse faster. They also tend to accumulate if you do a lot of surfing.

The negative aspect is that they also show everywhere you have been. If you are in a relationship that is shaky in the trust area and don’t want your significant other to see you have been visiting findahotdate.net, you may want to clear your Temporary Internet Files periodically.

Nepotism being what it is, here is a link to a video that my brother has on his site with instructions on how to clean up those pesky Temporary files, Memory Helper. Brother John (fraternal as opposed to monkish) has been a dyed in the wool geek for well over 20 years. He has a consulting business that is noted on his site at http://www.bentrim.net/ . Quirky is an apt description for his approach to business. He can also be described as being annoyingly thorough, a paranoid conservative regarding backup and fiscally extraordinarily cautious with other peoples money. These skill certainly preclude any entrance to a political career since he hates wasting his clients (constituents) money but they certainly do position him to be an exceptional computer consultant. If you are in southeastern Pennsylvania you may want to consider using him. He also does remote support through the Internet. This is not a paid blog, in fact, said brother probably won’t be overly thrilled with the quirky description but I calls them as I sees them. BTW he is gentle in his billing and very competitively priced.

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