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This dialog box also includes a check box that tells Internet Explorer to accept all session cookies, which are cookies that a website will delete at the end of your current session. Session cookies are usually benign (they re used for such things as keeping track of what s in your shopping cart), so if you are planning to override automatic cookie handling, this is normally a safe option to select.
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Because cookies particularly the ones you intentionally allow your system to accept are more likely to be beneficial than harmful, it s smart to back them up from time to time. Internet Explorer s Import/Export Wizard lets you do just that. Tap the Alt key to make the menu bar visible, and then click Import And Export on the File menu. Follow the wizard s steps to export your cookies. The wizard creates a single text file, stored by default in your Documents folder. The command to export cookies was included in Internet Explorer to provide users with a way to transfer their cookies to the format used by Netscape browsers. But it works just as well as a backup tool. If you ever need to restore your cookies, run the Import/Export Wizard again, and point the wizard to the file you exported earlier.
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Internet Explorer s cache (also known as the Temporary Internet Files folder) and browsing history are items that have changed little since previous versions of Internet Explorer. One notable exception is the location for these items. Since Internet Explorer now uses Protected Mode for most browsing, the cache and history folders are now considered virtual folders with the same low privilege as that of the Internet Explorer process itself. Improvements have also been made to the built-in management of the cache to keep it from growing too large.
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Temporary Internet files are stored by default in various subfolders of the hidden system folder %LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files. If you re curious about the contents of the cache, you can take a look at it as follows: 1. Choose Tools, Internet Options, and click the General tab. 2. Within the Browsing History section, click Settings. 3. In the Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 27-13, click View Files. On some systems you can free up some disk space without suffering any loss of browsing functionality by reducing the cache size. If you have ample free disk space, you can increase the likelihood that a page you visit will be kept in the cache by increasing the cache size. (The minimum allowed size is 8 MB, and the maximum size is 1024 MB. By default, Internet Explorer sets the cache to a reasonable 50 MB.) To adjust the cache size, display the Settings dialog box and use the down arrow to reduce the size of the cache (or enter a smaller number in the edit box).
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Figure 27-13 The Settings dialog box lets you control how Internet Explorer uses its web cache.
Moving the Cache
If you want to move the cache to a different disk, for example you can do that from the Settings dialog box as well. Click Move Folder. In the Browse For Folder dialog box, select the new folder and click OK. Note that you must log off and then log back on again to complete the move.
Controlling How Internet Explorer Uses the Cache
The Settings dialog box gives you four options that control how Internet Explorer exploits its web cache. Each option strikes a different balance between the desire for quick display and the need for current information. As you consider these options, remember that the cache is particularly critical to performance on systems that use a dial-up connection to the internet. If you re working with a broadband connection, the benefit you receive by having Internet Explorer reload pages from the cache is considerably less significant (but still noticeable on some pages, especially those that contain large graphics). The options are as follows:
Every Time I Visit The Webpage This option causes Internet Explorer to check the web for newer versions of cached pages every time you visit those pages. If the temporary files are still current, Internet Explorer displays them. Otherwise, it downloads new pages and displays them. This option ensures that the information you see is always current, but it can slow your browsing.
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