temp int files

  dblspace 11:55 27 Apr 03

tidying the pc up I noticed in "temp int files"
that the "amount of disc/disk space to use" is set at 381 mgbs.
seems a bit much?.thoughts please.


  Wes Tam ;-) 12:01 27 Apr 03

Agreed, too much.

I set mine at 50.

  Gongoozler 12:05 27 Apr 03

Hi dblspace. 381M isn't a lot on a modern 40G+ hard drive, but you can easily reduce the amount your computer allocates. In IE, Tools - Internet Options - Temporary Internet Files - Settings. You can either move the slider to the left or type in a number. I have set the allocated space on my 40G drive to 40M. You may also be interested to note that you can move the location of the Temporary Internet Files folder to anywhere you like on your C: drive, or onto another hard drive if you have one.

  hoverman 12:05 27 Apr 03

Agree with Wes Tam ;-) Mine is also set at 50.

  dblspace 12:27 27 Apr 03

I have now set to 50 mgbs as you all suggest.

Gongoozler,thats an interesting point that you can
move the files to another hard drive.

thanks again.I can close this thread now.


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