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Creation PDF-417 2d barcode in C#.NET Figure 6-14. To see cookies and downloaded pages and graphics, click the View Files button.

Figure 6-14. To see cookies and downloaded pages and graphics, click the View Files button.
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The View Files button shows you temporary Internet cookies, but there are also permanently stored cookies attached to your user profile. You can find them in the %UserProfile%\Cookies folder. By default the environment variable %UserProfile% will take you to the C:\Documents and Settings\Username folder, where Username is your Windows XP account name. If you open a Command Prompt window, switch to the drive on which Windows XP is installed (usually drive C), you can go directly to the Cookies folder by typing cd %UserProfile%\Cookies.
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Deleting Temporary Internet Files and Cookies to Improve Performance Internet Explorer is able to store the amount of temporary Internet files and cookies that you allow it to, depending on the hard disk space configured in the Settings dialog box, as shown in Figure 6-14. However, too many cookies and temporary Internet files can make your Web surfing sluggish. If your Web surfing speed seems to have slowed down over time, try deleting all of the cookies and temporary Internet files. Internet Explorer will start storing them again, but this might help unclog your browsing experience. You can delete both temporary cookies and temporary Internet files by clicking the appropriate buttons on the General tab of Internet Options. Also, take a look at the permanent cookies stored in %UserProfile%\Cookies. You might find a number of cookies that are no longer needed. Consider deleting those as well to help speed up Internet Explorer. You might also have noticed that Internet Explorer automatically allocated a percentage of your hard disk space to storing temporary Internet files. If you'd like to free up that space for other purposes, you can enter a smaller value in the MB field of the Settings dialog box shown in Figure 6-14, or adjust the Amount Of Disk Space To Use slider.
You can check out cookies that are blocked and also view a site s compact privacy policy if you are so inclined. When a cookie is blocked for the first time, you will see the notification dialog box, which is shown in Figure 6-15. Note that a blocked cookie icon appears on your Internet Explorer status bar. The status bar is typically visible at the bottom of the Internet Explorer window, but if you do not see it, choose View, Status Bar to display it.
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Figure 6-15.
This notification appears when a cookie is first blocked.
6: Using Internet Explorer Advanced Features
If you want to find out more about the blocked cookies, just double-click the blocked cookie icon on the Internet Explorer status bar. You ll see the Privacy Report dialog box, shown in Figure 6-16, that tells you which cookies were blocked when you visited the current site. You can then double-click a blocked listing to find out more about the site s compact privacy policy if one exists.
Figure 6-16.
You can access this window to see which site cookies have been blocked.
In addition, if you want to review privacy policy and cookie information for a site that doesn t show you a blocked cookie icon on the status bar, go to the site and choose View, Privacy Report. In the Show box, select All Web Sites, and you ll see a list of all Web sites with content on the current page as well as whether any cookies have been accepted. (If any cookies on this site had been blocked, you would have seen the blocked cookies icon on the status bar.)
Internet Explorer helps you control cookie usage and protect your privacy, but there are additional third-party utilities that can give you a finer level of control. Cookie Pal is a good one that works with Internet Explorer 6 and Windows XP, and you can check it out at www.kburra.com/cpal.html. For more information about utilities for managing potentially intrusive cookies, see Managing EFS, page 595.
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