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About your cache
Your cache (pronounced "cash") is an area on your hard drive where your browser stores pages and graphics of web sites you have visited. The good news is, pages load faster from your hard disk faster than pulling them through the Internet. The bad news is, the more pages that end up on your hard disk, the more space they eat up, which causes your system to run slower.

How to clear out your cache
Instructions vary, depending on which operating system and browser you are using.

For Windows Users:
Internet Explorer , 4.0 or higher:
Click on View
Click on Internet Options
Click on General
Click on Delete Files (Under Temporary Internet Files heading)

Netscape Navigator, 4.0, or higher
Click on Edit
Click on Preferences
Click on Advanced (using the plus sign)
Click on Cache
Select Clear Disk Cache

For Macintosh Users:
Internet Explorer, 4.0 or higher
Click on Edit
Click on Preferences
Click on Advanced
Click on Empty Now (under Cache heading)

Netscape Navigator, 4.0 or higher
Click on Edit
Click on Preferences
Make sure triangle is pointing down next to Advanced
Click on Cache
Click on Clear Disk Cache

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Last updated 24-Apr-2003

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