IE5 content

  rothes 20:11 12 Sep 04

Anti virus (AVG) indicates infected file on file located in "IE5 content". This is sub folder to " temporary internet files", when I try to delete, notice comes up " this is system file, which may prevent programs running" not being an expert I am confused as why there should be system files on a temporay folder, what wil happen if I delete, and should these "system files" be there. Also for some reason when I go to the defragment application, it does not run. Any help appreciated.

  VoG II 20:18 12 Sep 04

You can safely delete temporary internet files. Use CleanUp! to do a thorough job click here

To defrag, try Diskeeper Lite click here

  happy dragon 21:17 12 Sep 04

try out mozilla firefox browser more people i know are switching from IE to mozilla/firefox not had any problems its a great browser and is not under attack from spyware and virus's to the extent ie is give it a go see what you thinkclick here

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